FlowWorks 2012 Conference List

FlowWorks 2012 Conference Schedule

New England NEWEA 2012 Annual Conference
January 22 – 25, 2012.
Boston Marriot Copley Place Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts.
http://www.newea.org/Events/2012AnnualConference/tabid/456/Default.aspx

New York NYWEA 84th Annual Meeting and Exhibition
February 5 – February 8, 2012.
Marriott Marquis Hotel, New York City, New York.
http://nywea.org/

California CWEA 2012 Annual Conference
April 17 – 21, 2012.
Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento, California.
http://www.cwea.org/et_attendees_conferences.shtml

British Columbia BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show
April 22-23, 2012.
Penticton Trade & Convention Center, Penticton, British Columbia.
https://www.bcwwa.org/events/annual-conference.html

Florida FWEA / FWRC 2012 Annual Conference
April 27 – May 1, 2012.
Renaissance Resort SeaWorld, Orlando, Florida.
http://www.fwrc.org/

New Jersey NJWEA Annual Conference
May 15 – 17, 2012.
Bally’s Atlantic City, Atlantic City, New Jersey.
http://www.njwea.org/conferences/index.php

WEF Collection Systems 2012: Show Me the Green – Confluence of Planning, Implementation, and Regulations
June 4 – 5, 2012.
St. Louis Convention Center, St. Louis, Missouri.
http://www.wef.org/collectionsystems/

Ohio OWEA Annual Conference
June 19 – 21, 2012.
The Bertram Inn Hotel & Conference Center, Aurora, Ohio.
http://www.ohiowea.org/conference_and_workshops.php

WEF Stormwater Symposium 2012
July 18 – 20, 2012.
Sheraton Baltimore City Center,  Baltimore, Maryland.
http://www.wef.org/stormwater2012/

2012 Tri-Association Conference – WWOA/CWEA/CSAWWA
August 28 – 31, 2012.
Roland E. Powell Convention Center, Ocean City, Maryland.
http://www.wwoa-cwea.com/

WEFTEC 2012 – 85th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference
September 29 – October 3, 2012.
New Orleans Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.
http://www.weftec.org/

Indiana IWEA 76th Annual Conference
November 14 – 16, 2012.
The Westin Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana.
http://www.indianawea.org/conference/index.html

FlowWorks Receives Very High Marks For Our WEFTEC Exhibit

The 2011 Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference was a huge success for FlowWorks. Not only that, we received very high markings on the WEFTEC 21-point Exhibiting Effectiveness Evaluation tool, an observation and evaluation conducted by a team of trained evaluators directed by Jefferson Davis, president of Competitive Edge. During the show, each booth was observed and evaluated in three main categories: Overall Exhibit Presentation, Product/Service Presentation, and Exhibit Staff. FlowWorks received above average markings on all categories!

Check out our over-all presentation:

We also received above average scores on the product/ service presentation:

And finally, the FlowWorks team received high marks on the exhibit staff:

FlowWorks at IWEA 2011, Booth #47

FlowWorks is looking forward to participating in the 75th Annual Indiana Water Environment Association conference at the Westin Exhibit Hall in Indianapolis, Indiana this November 16th and 17th.

FlowWorks president, Timothy Hicks, will be attending and says, “We have a lot to offer the water and waste water utilities of the Midwest. Our ability to easily and securely bring people and data together to solve problems like combined sewer overflows (CSOs) is being noticed. Now that Cincinnati is on board, we are getting lots of interest throughout Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. We figured it was time to go to Indianapolis and support IWEA.”

FlowWorks is a powerful suite of online data collection, monitoring, analysis, and reporting tools that is showing signs of becoming indispensable for utilities, municipalities and consulting engineering firms.

The IWEA is committed to protecting and preserving Indiana’s waterways through education. FlowWorks will be among 111 exhibitors at the Westin. 2011 IWEA attendees will have the opportunity to:

  • See the latest products and services
  • Learn about latest practices, technologies, solutions and regulations in the water quality field
  • Earn training credit hours (TCHs) or professional development hours (PDHs) by attending technical sessions, participating in tours and for time spent at the exhibition
  • Network with fellow water professionals

The IWEA show is pretty much the last Water Environment show of the year, and the last of (14) trade shows FlowWorks will have attended this year alone! When at the show, please be sure to stop by Booth #47 and say, “Congratulations”.

Join FlowWorks at NEWEA

FlowWorks is excited to announce our participation in the 2011 New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Annual Conference and Exhibition, January 23 – 26 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Now New England’s largest water quality conference, the event has been held annually since its formation in 1928 to create a forum for knowledge and technology exchange within the wastewater field.

FlowWorks provides a solution for public works officials and engineers inundated by flow management data. At NEWEA, our experts will demonstrate the powerful new web platform and solution for gathering, managing and understanding data.

FlowWorks Analysis Software is a powerful suite of online data collection, monitoring, analysis, and reporting tools that are considered indispensable by utilities, municipalities and consulting engineers. In fact, it was encouragement from New England-area public works officials that prompted FlowWorks to exhibit at NEWEA.

FlowWorks reporting and analysis software enables users to efficiently manage their data for water and wastewater conveyance and treatment, drainage and creek system monitoring, rainfall and climate stations, and industrial applications—all through a secure webpage.

This year’s program features over 30 technical sessions with a wide range of various topics that show practical applications, specific project experience, and lessons learned in all of the relevant disciplines in the wastewater profession. Some of the technical sessions that current or potential FlowWorks’ client may be interested in include:

  • CSO/Wet Weather I – Wet Weather Issues: Planning Considerations in CSO Control – Session 2
  • Collection Systems I - Identification and Management of Infiltration/Inflow – Session 7
  • CSO/Wet Weather II – Spring 2010 Wet Weather Issues – Session 8
  • CSO/Wet Weather III – Mitigating Wet Weather Water Quality Impacts – Session 11
  • CSO/Wet Weather IV – CSO Reduction and Management Through Systems Controls –  Session 28

 FlowWorks will be among over 180 exhibitor displays that will be available to the 1,800+ engineers, consultants, scientists, operators and students the event consistently attracts. Attendees can enjoy a number of opportunities:

  •  Networking
  • Learn about latest practices, technologies, solutions and regulations in the water quality field
  • Educational technical sessions, workshops and facility tours
  • Earn Training Contact Hours (TCHs) or Professional Development Hours (PDHs) by attending technical sessions, participating in tours and for time spent at the Exhibition
  • View the latest products and services

 Be sure to visit us at Booth#131 on 3rd Floor. For more information please visit the NEWEA Conference Website .

FlowWorks 2011 Conference List

FlowWorks 2011 Conferences

New England NEWEA Conference
January 24th – 26th, 2011
Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts

http://www.newea.org/2011AnnualConference/tabid/432/Default.aspx

Ontario WEAO Conference
April 10th – 12th, 2011
The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Ontario

http://www.weao.org/annual-conferences/current/conference.html

California CWEA Conference
April 12th – 15th, 2011
Ontario Convention Center, Ontario, California

http://www.cwea.org/et_attendees_conferences.shtml

British Columbia BCWWA Conference
April 16th – 20th, 2011
Delta Grand Okanagan Resort, Kelowna, BC

http://www.bcwwa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=30&Itemid=50

WEF Collection Systems Conference
June 12th – 15th, 2011
Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina

http://www.wef.org/collectionsystems/

Georgia GAWP Conference
July 10th – 13th, 2011
Savannah International Trade & Convention Center, Savannah, Georgia

http://www.gawp.org/

Kentucky KRWA Conference
August 29th – 31st, 2011
Lexington Convention Center, Lexington, Kentucky

http://www.krwa.org/conference/annual-conference-exhibition/

2011 Tri–Association Conference: WWOA/CWEA/CSAWWA
August 30th – September 2nd, 2011
Roland E. Powell Convention Center, Ocean City, Maryland
http://www.wwoa-cwea.com/events.html

Pacific Northwest PNCWA Conference
September 19th – 20th, 2011
Hilton Vancouver, Vancouver, Washington

https://pncwa.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=186&Itemid=202

Washington Association of Sewer and Water Districts Fall Conference
September 28th – 30th, 2011
Wenatchee Convention Center, Wenatchee, Washington
https://www.waswd.org/c_conference.asp

3 Rivers Wet Weather Conference
October 4th – 5th, 2011
Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, Pennsylvania

http://www.3riverswetweather.org/b_news/b_events.stm

WEFTEC 2011 – 84th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference
October 17th – 19th, 2011
Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California

http://www.weftec.com/

Wastewater Planning Users Group WaPUG
November 9th -11th, 2011
Blackpool Hilton Conference Center, Blackpool, UK
http://www.ciwem.org/knowledge-networks/groups/wapug/events/group-events.aspx

FlowWorks in the UK

FlowWorks Team Makes a Splash at the WaPUG Autumn Conference

The FlowWorks team is home after a successful trip to the United Kingdom for the Wastewater Planning Users Group (WaPUG) conference.

The primary topic for discussion during the two-day wastewater and urban drainage event in Blackpool was “What does the future hold—the next five years.”

FlowWorks President Timothy Hicks flew into the UK a few days ahead of time for meetings and to attend the Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) tradeshow in Telford before picking up FlowWorks Operations Manager Craig Kipkie at the Manchester Airport. The English roads made for adventure as the two missed the turn onto the M6 and found themselves traversing the rural roads of the Wirral. After some hasty map reading, they made it through the Mersey Tunnel and onto the streets of Liverpool, where they were able to locate an excellent pub set against the back wall of Goodison park. Once they were fed, it made for a fun and scenic excursion, Hicks said.

Safe and sound in Blackpool, the FlowWorks team met up with colleagues from Detectronic and IETG, owned by ADS, the firm’s partner in the Seattle Public Utilities Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) project. There was much discussion about upcoming projects and plans for using FlowWorks.

Hicks and Kipkie led numerous demonstrations, including what was easily the largest demonstration of the show Thursday evening when they shared online data, live via the FlowWorks site, to a crowd of about 20. The team continued to offer demonstrations and answer questions even as the show was being cleaned up around them on the last day.

Craig Kipkie demonstrates how to use FlowWorks data analysis tools on live field data.

Craig Kipkie demonstrates how to use FlowWorks data analysis tools on live field data.

The team also spent time with Detectronic and IETG folks, teaching them the inner workings of the FlowWorks platform—so much so that both firms have been designated as FlowWorks Technical Experts since they now possess a depth of knowledge about the tools and how to effectively employ them.

“All in all, it was a fabulous trade show,” Hicks said. “Three days of really good conference.”

The tradeshow was a unique opportunity to connect with the UK market. The market is highly sophisticated, since the level of modeling going on nationwide is uniformly high and very different from that of the United States because it is operated by ten large, privatized water boards. The result is that all firms in the industry are working ultimately for one or more of the ten water boards.

Craig Kipkie of FlowWorks and Ian Small of Mott MacDonald discuss the details of FlowWorks CSO management tools.

Craig Kipkie of FlowWorks and Ian Small of Mott MacDonald discuss the details of FlowWorks CSO management tools.

Hicks highlighted plenty of positives, weather aside, and thoroughly enjoyed the trip, he said,

“We had a really great show and met exactly the people we needed to meet and had great conversations and demonstrations with many of them. The people were awesome, the food was great, the venue was good for the purpose, Blackpool was marginally acceptable and the weather was awful. Short of fixing the weather and attracting so many more of the RIGHT kind of attendees that the event outgrows Blackpool, I am not sure the organizers could have done anything more”

Look for FlowWorks at the WaPUG Conference again next year.