2024-05-25 Sunday, May 26 Thursday, June 27 9:00AM 1:00PM 4:04AM
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We're hiring! The Water Authority's Engineering department is looking for a Senior Engineering Technician. Please share this with your network or apply for this position if it sounds like a good fit! This recruitment closes on May 28. Apply here: bit.ly/3UTUDUv ... See MoreSee Less

Were hiring! The Water Authoritys Engineering department is looking for a Senior Engineering Technician. Please share this with your network or apply for this position if it sounds like a good fit! This recruitment closes on May 28. Apply here: https://bit.ly/3UTUDUv

We're hiring! The Water Resources department is looking for a Senior Water Resources Specialist. Please share this opportunity with your network or apply if it sounds like a good fit for you. The deadline for applications is June 9. Apply here: bit.ly/3KbjDSe ... See MoreSee Less

Were hiring! The Water Resources department is looking for a Senior Water Resources Specialist. Please share this opportunity with your network or apply if it sounds like a good fit for you. The deadline for applications is June 9. Apply here: https://bit.ly/3KbjDSe

The Water Authority's Asset Management team hosted a showcase today to highlight the various cutting edge technologies that help keep our large-diameter pipelines in top shape. There are 308 miles of large pipes, known as transmission pipelines, that deliver water throughout San Diego County, and they act like the main arteries in a human body. Maintaining the health of these pipes is critical to the reliability and safety of our water supply.

Some of the tools showcased today included acoustic measuring devices, electromagnetic tools, and high-resolution video surveillance devices. One of these devices was invented by our very own operations and maintenance manager Martin Coghill. These tools don't just help keep our pipelines healthy, they also keep our employees safe by helping them inspect areas that are dangerous or difficult for people to access.
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The Water Authoritys Asset Management team hosted a showcase today to highlight the various cutting edge technologies that help keep our large-diameter pipelines in top shape. There are 308 miles of large pipes, known as transmission pipelines, that deliver water throughout San Diego County, and they act like the main arteries in a human body. Maintaining the health of these pipes is critical to the reliability and safety of our water supply. 

Some of the tools showcased today included acoustic measuring devices, electromagnetic tools, and high-resolution video surveillance devices. One of these devices was invented by our very own operations and maintenance manager Martin Coghill. These tools dont just help keep our pipelines healthy, they also keep our employees safe by helping them inspect areas that are dangerous or difficult for people to access.Image attachment
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