ORANGE COUNTY
WATER ASSOCIATION

November 2018 Industry Insight Presentation

  • 14 Nov 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (PST)
  • Dave & Buster's – Irvine Spectrum • 661 Irvine Spectrum, Irvine CA

Registration

Second Wednesday of the Month – November 14:
Annual Meeting and Industry Insight Presentation
 

ON-SITE REGISTRATION
AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

An Overview
of Anaheim’s Plan
to Meet Future Water Needs
by Modernizing
Three Major Facilities

Presenter:
Philip Bogdanoff
Water Planning and Resources Manager,
City of Anaheim Public Utilities


  Plan to Join Us!  

  This is a Timely Presentation  


Special Day:
Second Wednesday of Month
November 14
(on account of Thanksgiving Holiday)

Support Your Association:
November is the Annual Meeting

The 2019 Board of Directors
will be selected.

Please Attend to Ensure a Quorum

About Our Presentation

Over 50 years have passed since the City of Anaheim first built its major water supply facilities. The world for which they were constructed, however, is far different than the society they’re called upon to serve today.

In the 1960s, Anaheim had a population of 100,000. Today, the City’s Public Utilities Department must meet the needs of over 360,000 residents, along with a considerably greater number of commercial stores and industries, and a tourist presence that grows exponentially.

Faced with the need to substantially increase production while assuring far greater reliability, the City has responded with an ambitious plan to renovate three of its major water supply facilities. This $40 Million renovation program will see extensive upgrades to much of the City’s facilities, including the La Palma Complex, the Linda Vista Complex, and the Lenain Water Treatment Plant.

Join us November 14 for a fascinating look “behind the scenes” of this ambitious plan to upgrade the City’s capabilities. You’ll learn all the ins-and-outs of what went into the planning and realization for this considerable operation. For in addition to ensuring adequate supplies of water, the City needed to meet modern fire flow requirements, all while making the system as energy efficient as possible. So plan to attend, to learn how modern technologies were leveraged to make aging infrastructure facilities resilient for the needs of the next 50 years . . . and beyond.


OCWA Members with Reservations:  $30.00

Non-Members with Reservations:  $45.00

OCWA Members without Reservations:  $45.00 (at the door)

Non-Members without Reservations:  $45.00 (at the door)

Reservations must be made by end-of-day, November 13,
to qualify for the Reservation Rate.
Cancellations received AFTER this date CANNOT be refunded.

About Our Speaker

Philip Bogdanoff is the Water Planning and Resources Manager for the City of Anaheim. He has a degree in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly Pomona and is a registered PE in California.

Before joining the City’s Public Utilities Department in 2007, Philip served as a consulting engineer and project manager on several water and wastewater projects in Southern California. For Anaheim, Philip has been involved in the planning, design, operation and maintenance of all the City’s water facilities. He has also been engaged in the development and monitoring of a variety of other activities, everything from maintenance programs to hydraulic modeling.

In his current role, Philip is responsible for the long term planning of Anaheim’s Capital Improvement Program and Water Resources Portfolio.

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