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Mark E. Hughes, P.E.
Written by an engineer who has designed watermain projects, managed their construction for a municipality and actually constructed them for a contracting firm. This course looks at everything from a brief history on watermains, to watermain materials and nomenclature to the actual process of constructing a watermain. Filled with personal insight and first hand knowledge about what it takes to get a watermain onto paper and put it into service. This course is essential for any engineer to gain a greater understanding about how water gets from itís source to your faucet.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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