When reading an engineer's title, most of the time their names are followed by P.E., B.C.E.E. or some form of alphabet soup. Well, as you may guess, the random letters actually do mean something. But to save you some time from having to search "what is XYZ?," we compiled a list of some of the most popular civil engineering acronyms for you to view in one place.
If you missed our most recent webinar “Water Loss Audit is done…What can I do with the information?” be sure to check out this recording. In this webinar, presenter and Wessler Project Manager Andrew Gordon, P.E. discusses why you should complete a water loss audit, key terms to know, interpreting results, and what next steps to take.
May 15-21 is National Public Works Week
When you flush your toilet, the contents disappear… when you flip on lights, your room is lit… when you place your trash at the end of the drive, its gone later in the day. Traffic signals function and traffic moves, grass in the neighborhood park grows and gets mowed, potholes get filled and normally, we don’t think twice about how it all happens. This week is National Public Works Week and an opportunity to say thank you to the men and women who build and maintain our communities and who’s hard work make our lives easier.
Wessler Engineering is pleased to announce that it now offers training and education services related to wastewater treatment in the form of workshops designed to educate and engage you and your treatment staff by applying “textbook” material directly to your specific facilities.
On March 22nd Governor Mike Pence signed Senate Bill 347 into law, requiring water utilities complete a water loss audit and an infrastructure needs assessment and submit the results to the Indiana Finance Authority (IFA). The IFA is then required to compile the results and report to the Indiana General Assembly by November 1, 2016. The bill also requires the IFA to study, analyze, and report on the infrastructure needs of Indiana’s water utilities. The IFA is required to submit this report on Indiana’s water infrastructure to the executive director of the Legislative Agency by November 1, 2017. (IC 8-1-30.7)