Ensuring Reliable Water Infrastructure for Southern California
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Infrastructure Unit Manager
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Mr. Bushyeager will be using the history of Southern California water and the Colorado River Aqueduct as a framework for further discussion of infrastructure reliability issues and current rehabilitation efforts being used.
In his role as the the Infrastructure Unit Manager for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Mark Bushyeager manages staff that perform corrosion engineering, materials engineering, and land surveying functions. Mark has been with Metropolitan for 32 years, with most of that time devoted to performing corrosion engineering and management duties.
He has given numerous presentations at NACE and other conferences and is a past member of the Los Angeles Section Board and the Southern California Cathodic Protection Committee. He is a Professional Corrosion Engineer in the State of California.
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