LAC was excited to be able to partner with our clients at the APWA National Conference in San Diego.
The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) concluded its 2003 Annual Congress & Expo in St. Louis, MO.
This year’s bi-annual Fall conference was held in Warm Springs, Oregon at the Kah-Nee-Tah Resort.
In this session, Harry Lorick outlined how performance measures and standards can be applied to Public Works in a real and practical way from both a city manager and consultant's point of view.
Harry Lorick was asked to speak in two sessions at NACE’s Annual Conference. Harry Lorick partnered with clients in both sessions.
LAC’s Harry Lorick coordinated with clients to speak at the APWA Florida Chapter’s annual conference. LAC participated in two sessions.
LAC coordinated with clients to speak at five sessions in September of 2004 at the APWA National Congress. Senior associates Amie Drotning and Nick Nguyen each participated in two sessions and Principal, Harry Lorick participated in one session.
Harry Lorick outlined how performance measures and budgeting can be applied to Public Works in a real and practical way from both a Public Works agency manager and a consultant's point of view.
Harry Lorick focused on how one sanitation district evaluated work processes, determined operational improvements, and implemented multiple cost-saving ideas ranging from streamlining work practices to utilizing advanced technology such as GIS connectivity and CCTV data linked to a new maintenance system to develop routine schedules, track work, and improve operations.
LAC participated in two sessions at the APWA Florida Chapter Annual Meeting and Tradeshow
LAC coordinated with clients to speak at five sessions in September of 2005 at the APWA National Congress. Principal Harry Lorick and senior associate Amie Drotning will each be participating in two sessions with clients and consultant Lydia Cox will be participating in one session.
Harry Lorick and Lydia Cox discussed how Parks Departments can annually determine and forecast their parks maintenance performance budgets and specifically how four separate parks departments have completed this process.
Annual MSA Conference
This presentation was a case study and documentation of an urban county’s use of a pavement management system.
When natural disasters strike such as hurricanes, floods, fires, and tornados, counties and cities bear the responsibility of providing necessary recovery services and coordinating the relief effort.
Once the parks are built there is no funding for the on going maintenance of the parks.
Public Agencies can compete. In one agency in Florida that is exactly what occurred. There was strong pressure to contract costly mowing performed by the County employees to contractors.
West Valley Sanitation District, working with LA Consulting, developed wastewater line cleaning routines by area in GIS for wastewater.
This presentation described the procedure of defining and organizing preventative maintenance (PMs) programs and automating them with a Management System.
This session covers the different types of technologies that are available to Park Maintenance agencies for planning and managing work.