Effective Management

Neda Simeonova

Dwindling budgets and staff affect a large number of water and wastewater facilities across the nation. Because of economic conditions at the state and federal levels, borrowing has become increasingly necessary to fund upcoming projects. As a result, improvement projects are often postponed indefinitely and available funds are redirected to address more urgent needs—a reality facility managers and operators face on a daily basis.

This is why effective project management is so vital to the successful operation of water and wastewater facilities. For the most part, customized solutions are the norm. A thorough analysis of requirements and the challenges they pose is essential to the development of a comprehensive report and recommendations.

The editorial staff of WWD would like to know how your facility is addressing project management. E-mail us at wwdeditor@sgcmail.com to share your individual solutions and results.

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