Editor’s Note: This is part of a series of articles highlighting some speakers at HydroVision International this June in Charlotte, N.C., U.S.
Jordan Fink, chief, electrical branch at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Hydroelectric Design Center, is moderating a session on facility resilience in the Asset Resilience and Sustainability track at HydroVision International.
Is Your Facility Resilient Enough to “Trade Paint” with Uncertainty? takes place on Thursday, June 28, and features case studies across the full hydropower supply chain to illustrate challenges and success stories associated with unplanned events. Panelists will discuss the importance of safety by design, equipment fabrication and manufacturing complexities, computer modeling for long-term operations and more.
Fink leads the branch’s 56 professional, technical and support staff personnel in providing specialized engineering services for an average of 300 projects annually, serving about 19 Corps districts and 75 powerhouses.
This is one of only six sessions in the Asset Resilience and Sustainability track taking place over two days. In fact, attendees can choose from a total of 60 conference sessions, depending on their areas of interest.
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