by Keli Ratcliffe

A&A’s R.A. “Chip” Worley, PE will be presenting at the Establishing a Successful and Sustainable Waterworks (ESSW) program at the Hotel Roanoke in Roanoke, VA on September 27th. In the present economic climate, it is critical that waterworks personnel understand and implement a business plan that allows for an analysis of needs, budget development, and capital improvements. The ESSW course is a four day event hosted by Virginia Tech and the Virginia Department of Health. The program will have multiple presentations and materials. Chip will be presenting three topics: “Water Audits and Leak Detection”, “Preparing Preliminary Engineering Reports”, and his favorite topic to discuss, “Estimating the Cost of the Project”. If you have any questions, contact R.A. “Chip” Worley at

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