Tuesday 11:30 AM
Management - Potable
Understanding the Value of Wells and Pumping Equipment to Your Community
The importance of water supply wells and pumping equipment is paramount to a community. Typically the initial investment and current value of a well system is not fully understood by its operators, owners, or municipal agencies. A community makes a significant initial investment with the construction and development costs of a new water supply well and the well pumping equipment. It is extremely important to the community to protect this investment. This seminar will present the current value of these important resources.
Moderator: Jeff Freeman
Nicholas J. Winkelmann, P.E. - Layne Christensen Company
Nicholas J. Winkelmann, P.E., M.B.A. has a Geological Engineering degree for the University of Missouri – Rolla, a Masters degree from Aurora University, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Illinois. Nick has been with Layne Christensen Company for 15 years and is currently the Operations Manager of Layne’s Great Lakes Group which consists of offices in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Michigan. Nick is also the chair of the ISAWWA Education Committee. Nick has spent his entire career in the water industry and his expertise is in well design and construction, pumping equipment design, well rehabilitation, and preventative maintenance planning for water systems