The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused widespread and significant supply chain disruptions and delays in the water sector. The challenges range from chemical supply issues to metal shortages and from managing construction projects to transportation delays. Difficult and new problems continue to emerge, and the pandemic impacts will extend well into the future.
In this webinar, Disrupting the Disruptions: Mitigating COVID-related Construction Costs and Delays, panelists explore the challenges the water sector is experiencing in completing construction projects due to commodity pricing strains and supply chain issues related to delays and cost escalation.
- Shauna Lorance, Public Utilities Director, City of San Diego
- Jeff Masek, Assistant Director, Capital Projects, Houston Public Works
- Jason Rozgony, Chief Estimator, Carollo Engineers
- Greg Ayres, Senior VP, Water and Advanced Technology Sectors, Sundt
Moderated by Angela Licata, Deputy Commissioner of Sustainability at New York City Department of Environmental Protection and AMWA President, the panel also examines mitigation strategies, stakeholder concerns, and responses of utility managers to this dynamic situation.
Click here to view the webinar: Disrupting the Disruptions: Mitigating COVID-related Construction Costs and Delays