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IDModeling Awarded Training Contract Using 220,000-Pipe Water Model

IDModeling Awarded Training Contract Using 220,000-Pipe Water Model

Arcadia, CA USA – February, 21 2011 – IDModeling, Inc. (IDM) announced today that the Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) has selected the firm to complete a series of Customized, Online Hydraulic Model Training Courses using their 200,000 pipe water distribution system model. The model is calibrated for both complex extended period hydraulic simulations and for chlorine residual.

Jerry Edwards, P.E., Elected as Chair of American Water Works Association Engineering Modeling Applications Committee (EMAC)

Jerry Edwards, P.E., Elected as Chair of American Water Works Association Engineering Modeling Applications Committee (EMAC)

Arcadia, CA - June 8, 2011 - Jerry Edwards, P.E., Vice President of Engineering Service for IDModeling, has been elected Chair of American Water Works Association's (AWWA's) Engineering Modeling Applications Committee (EMAC). He will succeed Laura Jacobsen, P.E. of Las Vegas Valley Water District beginning his term at the conclusion of AWWA's Annual Conference & Exposition (June 12 -16, 2011, in Washington, D.C).

City of Arcadia-CA

“IDModeling creates a positive customer experience through exceptional communication and ability to listen and deliver solutions for water and sewer hydraulic modeling and GIS.”–Ken Herman, P.E., Deputy Director of Public Works, City of Arcadia-CA

Indio Water Authority-CA

“The Sedarū® software was created around our needs. We anticipate its continued use across our water departments because of its field verification features and ease of configuration."-Brian Macy, P.E. , Manager of Engineering and Environmental Services, Indio Water Authority-CA

Port of Long Beach and IDModeling Identify and Prioritize Critical Valves Using Hydraulic Model

Port of Long Beach and IDModeling Identify and Prioritize Critical Valves Using Hydraulic Model

April 13, 2011 - The Port of Long Beach (POLB) is the second largest port in the United States, annually handling more than 6.2 million containers and over $140 billion worth of cargo. The domestic water system serving the POLB includes approximately 90 miles of pipe to serve a unique group of customer classes that includes administration and office buildings, container terminal areas, large vessels, and other customers.

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