Course Information

Number:FNU0014317
Name:Intake Pump Station Design

New Course:No
Description:

 

Intake pump stations are essential components for water supply systems, but their location on or adjacent to rivers and lakes makes them challenging to design, build and operate. Multiple competing criteria are at play, including schedule, cost, resiliency needs, permitting/regulatory standards, site conditions and capacity. Innovative design approaches can offer solutions but might not address all your criteria. Join us to examine several different innovative approaches for intake pump station design and learn how to evaluate which might be the best fit for you.

 

Level of Difficulty – Moderate

Florida Provider No. 0008234


Objectives:

By the end of this course, participants will better be able to:

  • Examine four innovative design approaches for intake pump stations built in or near rivers or lakes.

  • Compare the strengths and weaknesses of each approach based on a variety of applicable criteria. 

  • Learn how to evaluate which approach would best suit your projects.



7/21/22 Seats Available: 296 / 300

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (CT)
Rusty Gibson, PE; Chris Belk, PE
Virtual Webinar. Details will be emailed 2-3 days before.
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