Founded in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 1915, improving and protecting Pennsylvania’s water environment has been a key mission of Gannett Fleming for more than 100 years. With seven offices across the commonwealth, we’re part of the fabric of the communities we serve. Together with our valued clients and industry partners, we’re committed to creating better, more sustainable water resources to help ensure a bright future for our residents for another 100 years.

Get to know some of our wastewater planning, design, and construction management experts at the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association’s PennTec Conference, and read on to learn more about each of their presentations.

Not attending the conference? You can still earn up to FIVE PDHs by participating in one or more of our FREE, hour-long webcasts on timely wastewater and stormwater topics. Check out each of the webcast links below our PennTec presentation line-up.

Join Our Experts at PennTec

Reducing I&I and Collection System Improvements

June 6, 2022  • 9:05 a.m.
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Tiffany Harrison, ENV SP
Designer

The City of Baltimore is one of many large cities facing the challenge of aging infrastructure. To address sanitary sewer overflows from its collection system and avoid further violations of the Clean Water Act, the city entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Maryland Department of the Environment. This presentation will explore the city’s comprehensive approach to rehabilitating its collection system to avoid penalties, provide sustainable operations, and ensure water quality for area residents.

 

 

 


Transforming the Construction Industry Using Innovative Technology

June 6, 2022 • 9:40 a.m.
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Carmen Figueroa, ENV SP
Construction Management Technician

The lifeblood of any industry is the progression of innovation to replace traditional means and methods. This presentation focuses on innovative opportunities in construction management for water/wastewater, transportation, and industrial infrastructure projects. Technologies discussed include unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), augmented reality, and CIVA, a voice-driven data collection technology tool.

 

 

 

 

 


Local Limits Re-Evaluations Lessons Learned

June 7, 2022 • 8:00 a.m.
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Nick Sahd
Senior Environmental Scientist

Municipalities and authorities with U.S. EPA-approved industrial pretreatment programs are required to impose discharge limits, known as local limits, on the industrial wastewater discharged by permitted users within their service area. A summary of lessons learned will be presented, based on more than two-dozen recent local limits re-evaluations.

 

 

 

 

 


Let Them Make Cake: Dewatering Case Studies Across Pennsylvania

June 8, 2022 • 9:10 a.m.
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Tia Trate, PE
Senior Project Engineer

Wastewater treatment plant operators are frequently looking for effective ways to manage biosolids. Traditional belt filter presses are often difficult to operate and maintain and produce cake with lower solids concentrations. Gannett Fleming recently designed four solids upgrades for facilities throughout Pennsylvania, two with centrifuges and two with screw presses. This presentation will discuss the equipment selection process, design, and lessons learned.

 

 

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  • Alternative delivery.
  • Asset management.
  • Collection and conveyance.
  • Condition assessment.
  • Construction management.
  • Dams and reservoirs.
  • Environmental resources.
  • Geospatial.
  • Low-impact development.
  • Nutrient management.
  • Operations and maintenance.
  • Program management.
  • Pump stations.
  • Recharge wells.
  • Reuse.
  • Security and safety.
  • Smart water infrastructure.
  • Storage tanks.
  • Stormwater.
  • Transmission and distribution.
  • Utility master planning.
  • Valuation and rate studies.
  • Water/wastewater treatment.
  • Water resources.