Tarelle Osborn and Robert Parish, two of Osborn Consulting’s Principal Engineers, will present at the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association 2019 Conference next week (September 8-11). The PNCWA Conference will be held in Portland, OR, for 3-days of networking, panel discussions, and workshops.
Tarelle will present on setting and achieving inclusion goals on public works projects. Her presentation will explore how she has strategically and creatively integrated diversity and inclusion business tactics over the last 15 years. Join Tarelle on Tuesday, September 10 from 1:15 – 2:45pm for “Osborn Consulting: A Case Study for Diversity Inclusion Strategies.”
Robert’s technical presentation will focus on an expedited design for an emergency sewer forcemain replacement under the Shilshole Bay, near the Ballard Locks in Seattle. His team worked closely with Seattle Public Utilities after they discovered a pipe break in a 4.5 Million Gallons per Day (GPD) capacity sewage forcemain to design and construct a safe, high quality, and cost-effective pipe replacement. Join Robert on Tuesday, September 10 from 10:30am – 12:00pm for “Expedited Design for Emergency Sewer Forcemain Replacement Under the Shilshole Bay.”
Osborn Consulting is excited to be back at PNCWA and highlight exciting and innovative opportunities within the industry.
For more information on the 2019 Conference: https://pcwm.memberclicks.net/
For an overview of the Technical Program/Presentations: https://www.conftool.pro/pncwa2019/sessions.php