InSite Engineering, LLC, located in Hoover, Alabama, provides planning, design and permitting on a variety of water and wastewater, municipal and transportation, and civil engineering projects. InSite is routinely contracted by public and private customers located in major Alabama cities like Birmingham, Huntsville, Decatur, Montgomery and Dothan as well as municipalities such as Calera, Center Point, Montevallo and Oneonta to provide cost-effective solutions to their engineering needs. Combining our personnel's extensive experience with our responsive company culture, InSite has successfully completed a wide range of projects including water and wastewater treatment plants, booster pumping stations, storage tanks, distribution systems, wastewater pumping stations, interceptor sewers, collector sewers, natural gas distribution systems, roadways, interstates and downtown revitalizations. Our capabilities also include hydraulic network modeling of water systems, geographic information system (GIS) mapping and GIS development of utilities and storm water systems, as well as utility rate studies.

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Wilson Computer Support Business News Audley Capital accuses Walter Energy leaders of mismanagement, Alabama brewing industry doubling in size annually, new boss for Alabama's Mercedes plant.

Wilson Computer Support Business News All Books-A-Million stores will get Duck Commander gear before next week's season premiere.

Wilson Computer Support Business News A Birmingham brewery and a retailer are joining forces to brew a beer that brings attention -- and hopefully some money -- to the homebrew legalization effort in Alabama.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Regions Financial Corp. president and CEO Grayson Hall will become the company's chairman in May.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Honorees include attorneys, executives, leaders of nonprofits.

Wilson Computer Support Business News After one-time charges, company reports $66 million loss in quarter.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Company, which this week announced the acquisition of Tire Engineers, plans to open another 10 stores this year.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Stewart Welch  Question: In 2012, I converted my IRA to a Roth and now realize that I owe approximately $16,000 in taxes on the conversion. This is in addition to the taxes on my wife's regular earnings. Since I...

Wilson Computer Support Business News Breakfast/lunch chain in talks with possible franchisees.

Wilson Computer Support Business News EO survey finds majority added new employees last year.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Winn-Dixie hopes to begin construction in March and open the store by this fall, the leasing director for Bayer Properties said.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Terms of deal to acquire family-owned tire chain not disclosed.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Stock closed up 3 percent, earnings released after market close.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Nina Henderson is the company's newest board member.

Wilson Computer Support Business News When the power goes out, not even the most advanced technology can resolve every issue.

Wilson Computer Support Business News Trade group's survey finds 19,301 barrels of beer made in state last year, expects 38,944 to be made this year.

Wilson Computer Support Business News The Civil Rights legacy of black millionaire A.G. Gaston is discussed at conference.

Wilson Computer Support Business News The investment group has nominated its own managing partner for a seat on Walter Energy's board.

Wilson Computer Support Business News The company published full-year financial results for 2012 yesterday.

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Water Loss & Pressure Management Mobile Training Facility

InSite Engineering, an engineering firm in Hoover, Alabama has used their expertise to build one of the first mobile Water Loss and Pressure Management Training facilities in the country. Through their partnership with Singer Valve, Inc. and Tech Equipment, Inc., this unique, hands-on classroom teaches water system managers and operators the importance of proper maintenance of control valves within their systems. Through the use of classroom instruction and hand-on training that stresses maintenance and proper water pressure, InSite engineers demonstrate the signifcant cost savings that can be achieved through water loss management.

Typical potable water systems lose a significant amount of the water that they purchase or produce as a result of leaks, theft, inaccuracies in metering or billing. Lost water can vary from 10% in a well-run system when effort is made to control waste, to an excess of 50% in systems with no control plan in place. The benefit of the InSite mobile training facility is the ability to physically demonstrate to managers and operators that a signifcant difference can be made by controlling the pressure in their distribution systems and how these actions can affect their non-revenue water. In addition to demonstrating the benefits of water loss and pressure management, InSite engineers are able to recommend products that can achieve desired results at an economical price.

For information about scheduling the Water Loss and Pressure Management Training Facility in your region or about conducting a water audit to ensure efficiency throughout your water system, please contact us at†info@insiteengineering.org.