Barton & Loguidice Asset Management Group Plays Active Role Within New York Water Environment Association

Timothy Taber, P.E., Lauren Livermore, P.E., Kelli Carksy, I.E.

Timothy Taber, P.E., Lauren Livermore, P.E., Kelli Carksy, I.E.

Timothy Taber, P.E., BCEE, Lauren Livermore, P.E., BCEE, and Kelli Carsky, I.E. are presenting at the New York Water Environment Association’s (NYWEA) Annual Meeting on February 6, 2018.

Taber is presenting with James Thayer (Onondaga County) at 9 a.m. Their presentation is titled, “What Are You Worth” and will explore how the Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection developed cost curves of all their equipment to streamline the process of determining replacement costs for their numerous assets.  

Carsky and Livermore are presenting with Carrie Smith (New York State Department of Environmental Conservation). Their presentation is titled, “DEC and EFC Asset Management Pilot Program to Improve Collection and Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Systems, Part 1,” and will take place at 3:30 p.m. The presentation will discuss the Pilot Program that was announced in May 2017 by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp to improve collection and WWTP systems. They will discuss the process of developing asset management plans for all ten participating municipalities.

During the Annual Meeting, Livermore and Taber will be inducted as new leaders within the NYWEA organization. Tim will be inducted as the Assistant Treasurer of the Board, and Lauren will be inducted as the Board of Directors Vice President-Elect. She is on track to become the president of NYWEA in 2021. When elected president, she will be the third woman in the 90 year history of the organization to receive that designation.

Lastly, Tim will be receiving two awards for his contributions with NYWEA. He is the recipient of the Retiring Chair award for the Asset Management Committee and a Board of Directors Service Award.

Lucia Forte