New for 2022! AWWA's 3-day in-person seminar tackles the issue of pipeline condition assessment. As renewing and replacing aging infrastructure remains a top challenge facing the water sector, more utilities are embracing asset management practices, including condition and assessments. A Condition Assessment Program helps utilities make informed, risk-based decisions on when it is best to maintain, repair, rehabilitate, or replace assets. But developing and implementing such a program is challenging! This Seminar was created to assist drinking water utilities develop and implement a comprehensive Condition Assessment Program or improve their existing program. The focus of this Seminar is on water transmission and distribution pipes.
2022 dates: March 28-30, 2022
March 28-30 | Denver, Colorado
Register by March 7, 2022 for Early rates:
*Registration fee also includes optional complimentary PDF version of AWWA's Manual M77: Condition Assessment of Water Mains (PDF). You may add this to your cart during registration for no additional fee - simply click the 'Add' button next to M77 when asked to choose session, then click Next.
The March 2022 seminar is co-located with AWWA's Sustainable Water Management Conference. Please book your room using the joint room block:
The Brown Palace Hotel
321 17th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Seminar Rate: $179 plus taxes (book early - limited block held until March 4 or until full - whichever happens first!)
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AWWA's Seminar Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be received in writing and faxed or mailed to AWWA. Phone cancellations are not accepted. All cancellations postmarked/fax-dated by early deadline will receive a refund, minus a 25% administrative fee. Cancellations post-deadline will not be refunded; however, substitute registrants are welcome, if pre-approved in writing.
During this seminar participants will be engaged in instructional training, interactive exercises, and group sharing that will cover the key components of a condition assessment program, such as: