Part 1 - An introduction to AWIA

 

In just 6 months, more than 9,000 water utilities will begin their required compliance with America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA), and utilities need to know what's involved and how to easily meet requirements.

The AWIA law specifically applies to Community Drinking Water Systems serving more than 3,300 people across the country. AWIA requires the creation of and/or update of a Risk and Resilience Assessment to their system, as well as an Emergency Response Plan (ERP).

 

Due dates for compliance begins in March 2020. Are you prepared?  

 


This 5-part virtual bootcamp will show you just how easy it is to meet AWIA requirements using smart and connectable software solutions.   

 

Join Innovyze as we demonstrate how these solutions can be combined to deliver a comprehensive platform. One that can easily transform your organization into an AWIA compliant, digital utility.

 

 

See our guest speaker bios 

 

 

Virtual Bootcamp Schedule:

 

Part 1 | Wednesday, October 23, 2019

An introduction to AWIA (Now available On Demand)

 

Presenters: Innovyze

 

 

Part 2 | Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Building a GIS-centric water asset registry – Focus on

using the latest Esri tools and the benefits of a hydraulically

competent network.

 

Presenters: Esri and Innovyze 

 

 

Part 3 | Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Beyond addresses - Using a GIS-centric Enterprise Asset

Management system to accurately manage work for compliance.

 

Presenters: Cityworks and Innovyze 

 

 

Part 4 | Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Asset Performance and Risk Modeling - Generating an Asset

Management Plan (AMP) for your Risk and Resilience Assessment.

 

Presenters: Innovyze 

 

 

Part 5 | Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Building an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) for full

AWIA compliance – Emphasizing the flood modeling

capabilities of Esri and Innovyze with data and reporting

provided by Cityworks for the full AMP/ERP AWIA compliance needs.

 

Presenters: Esri, Cityworks, and Innovyze

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