Author Archives: Jay Nelson

Enable Your Drainage Design Toolbox to Tackle Gutter Spread and Inlet Capacity

Excel spreadsheets, hand calculations, or simple calculator utilities have long been trusted tools used by engineers to forecast road inundation due to runoff and how well storm inlets will work. But are they the most effective tools available? Even more, … Continue reading

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“State of the Water Industry” Report Highlights R&R, Planning, and Water Tech in 15th Edition

For the fourth year in a row, renewal and replacement (R&R) of aging water and wastewater infrastructure has been identified as the top challenge facing US water companies, according to the American Water Works Association (AWWA) State of the Water … Continue reading

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With Expansive Product Offering, Innovyze Maintains Commitment to Customer Success

To help mark the one-year anniversary of XP Solutions and Innovyze joining forces, we sat down with VP of Product Management Greg Kowalsky to discuss the Innovyze approach to product development as well as to gain some insight into the … Continue reading

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Predictive Flood Modeling: a Course for the Future

In a recent keynote speech at Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL), Innovyze CEO Colby Manwaring took the stage to address the current state of flood modeling techniques. The story? We can do better. Wet weather is becoming more … Continue reading

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The Future of Wastewater Management Planning

As capacity requirements change and grow, it is essential to have agility when modeling system expansions and their potential impacts on current collections assets. How can wastewater management systems be modeled to address all current and future hydraulic capacity needs? … Continue reading

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