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The Use of Data to Manage Infrastructure : An OCWA Webinar

  • 16 Jun 2021
  • 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online MICROSOFT TEAMS Webinar


  • The Meeting Link will be emailed
    when participants Register.
  • The Meeting Link will be emailed
    when participants Register.


Harnessing Data
to Prioritize
Pipeline Rehabilitation
and Replacement


Hosted by OCWA.
Sponsored by
Leighton Consulting


June 16, 2021 – 12:30 pm

Presented by:

Rodney S. Woods

Director of Engineering,
Moulton Niguel Water District


Todd Dmytryshyn
Engineering Manager,
Moulton Niguel Water District

We’re Proud to Recognize
Our Sponsors
for the June 2021 Webinar:

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to learn more about our May Sponsors.

In a year with few high points,
OCWA created many in 2020
with the introduction
of our Luncheon Webinar Series.

Join us, June 16, as we continue
our quality programming in 2021
with a look at
Moulton Niguel’s
Use of Data to
Manage its Infrastructure

As always, our
will be offered FREE
to our Members. 

Non-Members Still Pay
Only $10.00

About Our Presentation

A primary objective of Asset Management for water and wastewater agencies is determining where and when to direct their resources.  Planning for the rehabilitation and replacement of infrastructure is typically aimed at maintaining a high level of service to customers, while also maximizing the value of existing capital assets.

As part of a broader Asset Management Program, Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD) has applied established asset management principles to its buried pipeline infrastructure in a way that leverages the information they are already collecting to prioritize pipelines for condition assessment, rehabilitation, or replacement.  This enables MNWD to focus its capital planning on the most critical infrastructure, while making the best use of its workforce and financial resources for its customers.

Join us on June 16 when Rod Woods, Director of Engineering, and Todd Dmytryshyn, Engineering Manager, take us for an in-depth look at the District’s pipeline prioritization process and give valuable insight into their ongoing efforts to continually refine and utilize this information for capital planning.

MNWD is a retail water agency formed in 1960 that provides water, recycled water, and wastewater services for approximately 170,000 people within South Orange County.

OCWA Members with Reservations:  FREE

Non-Members with Reservations:  $10.00

The Meeting Link will be emailed
when participants Register.

Cancellations received AFTER Tuesday, June 15,
CANNOT be refunded.

About Our Speakers

Rodney S. Wood
Director of Engineering
Moulton Niguel Water District

Rod oversees the planning, design, construction, and operations engineering functions at MNWD.  Rod is also responsible for overseeing the District’s capital improvement program, construction management and inspection, private development and permitting, wastewater treatment, contracts, GIS, records, recycled water and cross-connection programs, FOG program, as well as the District’s cellular communications licensing program.

Prior to joining MNWD over 7 years ago, Rod has 15 years of consulting experience in the water and wastewater industry.  Rod holds a BS in Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Riverside, an MS in Engineering Management from the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and is a licensed civil engineer in CA.

Todd Dmytryshyn
Engineering Manager
Moulton Niguel Water District

As an Engineering Manager at MNWD, Todd’s primary responsibility includes the development and execution of the District’s proposed $611 million 10-year capital improvement program.  Under Todd’s leadership, the District’s execution of its CIP has reached record levels over the last several years.  Todd also manages contracts, oversees QA/QC of final deliverables, and is responsible for the development of staff.

Prior to joining MNWD over 7 years ago, Todd worked on water and wastewater projects while he was with Malcolm Pirnie (later acquired by Arcadis), for about 7 years.  Todd holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan and is a licensed civil engineer in CA.

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