Free Webinar: Sanitary Sewers Pt 4, Pumps!
A big part of all sanitary sewer networks are the pumps that keep things moving. This webinar will cover how to model pumps and storage facilities, and discuss how many pumps actually operate.
Redux: Step-by-Step Planning of LID Systems
Back by popular demand, this webinar will discuss the virtues of coherent and easily visualized drainage planning, and then dive into a step-by-step process to quantifiably design the necessary sustainable drainage system for a site: from initial rainfall selection to facility layout, iteration and final acceptable configuration.
Video: Practical Modeling Techniques for Real-World Stormwater Issues
Over the years, the XP Solutions Global Support Team has received many questions from design engineers and modelers as they work to complete their projects. While some of these questions are software related, a large percentage of them are focused on modeling techniques.
by Adam Rose, P.E., GISP
Water & Sewer Products Manager
There is a name for your organizational structure, even if you've never given it any thought. But knowing it can help you determine your career path options. Perhaps you work in functional structure - or maybe a matrix.
Reducing SSOs Using Green Infrastructure
by David Fortune
Director of Product Innovation
I have been struggling with the idea that by increasing stormwater infiltration into the ground using green infrastructure we can reduce SSOs. Does anyone else find that a strange concept?
We are getting used to seeing more and more green infrastructure schemes that...
An Inventory As Useful as an Inflatable Dartboard.
by William Faesenmeier
Facilities Asset Management Products Manager
Some time ago, a large, public institution – being a Wile E. Coyote fan, I’ll call them ACME County – published a Request for Proposal seeking qualified firms to conduct a Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) of their facility portfolio. I learned that...