Each utility is responsible for making sure that its system stays in good working order, regardless of the age of its components or the availability of additional funds. Asset management programs with the use of GIS data collection—including proactive operations & maintenance, and capital replacement plans—can be the most efficient method of meeting this challenge. Join us for a general overview on the latest software and technology, advantages and disadvantages, including testimonials from local water utilities.
– Guest Speakers –
Mary Anne Van Zuyle, Public Works GIS Specialist – City of Thousand Oaks
Mary Anne Van Zuyle has a BS in geology from San Francisco State University and an MA in geology from Rice University. She has worked for the City of Thousand Oaks doing GIS for 10 years, starting as a management intern for the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency. She is currently the Public Works GIS Specialist. She is a certified Geographic Information System Professional (GISP) and is a member of the board of the Channel Islands Regional GIS (CIRGIS) cooperative.
Adam Hagee, Territory Manager – iWater, Inc.
Adam Hagee started working with technology while in college, and with experience grew into his current position as Territory Manager with iWater, Inc. Over the past 16 years, Adam has worked in operations, design, project management, and sales. As a highly motivated individual who enjoys working hard and building relationships, he believes listening to what customers need is of the utmost importance. Whatever the task is from sales to operations management, Adam works together with the team to complete every detail on time and to exceed expectations
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017
11:30 am Registration/Social Networking
12:00 pm Lunch/Program Begins
WHERE: WEDGEWOOD BANQUET CENTER
Buenaventura Golf Course – 5880 Olivas Park Drive- Ventura, CA 93003
COST: $35 Members
Reservation deadline: Monday, May 22, 2017 There will be a $10.00 surcharge after deadline. No cancellations or refunds after deadline. All reservations are final and “no-shows” will be billed.
Earn One (1) CDPH Contact Hour – Questions: call AWA @ 805-644-0922
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