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All of the data from the long-term and temporary monitoring is available to the cty via the company's Web-accessible system
The city of Rockville, Md., has awarded RJN Group Inc. a multi-year contract for professional engineering services to perform long-term and temporary flow monitoring. RJN will provide the city with flow and rainfall monitoring data, as well as, monthly summary data reports.
Upon project initiation, the city added two additional flow meters and one additional rain gauge to its city-owned network, bringing their network total to five flowmeters and two rain gauges. All meters and gauges will be relocated approximately once every six months.
Temporary flow monitoring has been performed at four locations for three (3) months. The meters used were RJN-owned equipment. Data was collected and reported in 15-minute intervals.
All of the data from the long-term and temporary monitoring is available to the City via RJN’s Enterprise web-accessible system. In addition to that, RJN will provide a monthly summary and data report in electronic format.