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Geoffrey Espineli, PE, CDT – El Paso Water and Chris Nance, PE, ENV SP – Parkhill
January 25 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
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Geoffrey Espineli, PE and Chris Nance, PE
El Paso Water and Parkhill
Topic: Single Point of Failure Analysis for El Paso Water’s Wastewater System
Geoffrey Espineli, PE
Geoffrey Espineli PE, CDT, oversees the Project Administration Section of the Engineering Department of El Paso Water responsible for the implementation of Water and Wastewater Projects. He earned his Civil Engineering Degree from the Mapua Institute of Technology in Manila Philippines in 1995. On his early engineering career, he worked at the Water Utility Company in Manila for 5 years. He moved to the United State in 2004. Mr. Espineli began to work for the City of El Paso, Engineering Department in 2007 as an inspector then promoted to become a project manager. In 2015 Mr. Espineli was promoted to work at El Paso International Airport to manage capital projects at the Airport. On April of 2019 he started to work for El Paso Water.
Chris Nance, PE
Chris Nance, PE, ENV SP, is an Associate and Project Engineer for Parkhill’s Water Resources Sector. Chris has provided hydraulic analysis, modeling support and design expertise for water transmission and storage, and wastewater conveyance and treatment. In addition to design of new facilities, Chris has developed new and updated existing geographical information systems (GIS) for existing utilities to provide large scale models of entire utility networks that help clients anticipate and budget for replacement infrastructure at the end of its design life. Chris has used modeling and master planning to optimize water supplies and prioritize capital improvements for water and wastewater systems. Chris is an officer for the American Society of Civil Engineers Texas Section and a Past President of the ASCE El Paso Branch. He has presented at conferences such as Texas Water, Texas GIS Forum, ASCE Texas Section, APA Texas and APA-NM / ASCE-NM.
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