|10/7/2020||Engineers Without Borders: Water Supply Well Basics|
Engineers with Borders Florida Professional Chapter is teaming with the ASCE EWRI Miami-Dade chapter to offer a second continuing education course webinar, "Water Supply Well Design Basics for Engineers" on October 7, 2020, from 12:00- 1:00 PM. Each attendee will earn 1.0 PDH credit. Please register for the event here: https://ewri-ewb.eventbrite.com/
Proceeds of this event will go directly to the EWB-FL Guatemala water supply project that aims to provide consistent access to clean drinking water for a community of 700 people in Guatemala.
About the Presenters:
Anne Murray is Martin County’s Hydrogeologist and Water Resources Coordinator focused on water resource planning, development and management. As a senior project manager with 30 years of utilities and environmental consulting experience, she manages water supply and water resource protection projects, provides technical supervision, and conducts field investigations and scientific research and analysis. She has six years of international experience as a technical team member with Engineers
Without Borders (EWB) and Water For People in sustainable water supply projects in Africa, India and Central and South America and recently as a senior technical advisor to the U.S. Department of Interior in the Pacific Islands. Anne holds a degree in Geology from Boston University.
Phillippe Martin is a hydrogeologist with 39 years of experience in all aspects of water resources consulting, groundwater investigations, water well design and resource assessments. He was co-founder and served as vice-president of Martin and Wood Water Consultants, Inc., in Golden, Colorado for 26 years. He served a wide range of clients including several different branches of the U.S. Government, the State of Colorado, numerous Colorado counties and municipalities, and many private developers and water interests. Since retirement he has been active as an international volunteer
with Engineers Without Borders and has served as a technical advisor and travel mentor on projects in Kenya, Guatemala and Ecuador. He is also a senior technical advisor to the U.S. Department of Interior in the Pacific Islands. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Massachusetts and a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from Regis University in Denver.
This webinar will be used as a fundraiser to collect funds for EWB-FL’s Guatemala Project. Those funds will be used to help develop a water supply and distribution system in the communities of Xoquic and San Bartolo within Solola, Guatemala