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From drought issues such as conservation strategies and approaches, what can the engineer and design contractor offer? If you are in the Huntington Beach area Nov. 19, register for the ENR Western Water Conference to find answers to questions such as these.

As water supply challenges continue to worsen and existing conservation strategies are being tested, new approaches are emerging. What opportunities do they offer for engineers and contractors in a water-constrained market?
Moderator: Jennifer West, California Director, Watereuse Association
Panelists: Wendy Broley, Water Reuse Leader, Watereuse
Shivaji Deshmukh, Assistant General Manager, Watereuse
John Kennedy, Executive Director of Engineering and Water Resources, Watereuse


Unique large-scale water infrastructure projects are taking shape in the Western states. This panel will examine the project from interlocking perspectives: the owner, contractor, and engineer.
Moderator: Scott Blair, West Coast Bureau Chief, Engineering News-Record
Panelists: Alan Johanson, Bureau Manager, SFPUC
Calvin Huey, Civil Design Section Manager, SFPUC


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