Big Wells—Big Pumps—Big Water

Presented on Wednesday, November 30, 2011

“High capacity pumps are used for water supply applications—and have unique properties and requirements. This session will focus on well design for municipal applications, the use of flexible drop pipe, and properly sizing a system to get the most production from a high capacity well.”

Don Harvard
Birmingham, AL
Don Harvard is a member of NGWA's Strategic Planning Committee, a past member and chair of NGWA's Business Information Sub-Committee, and a Washington Fly-in attendee. Harvard has been a speaker and a presenter at numerous state and local associations and group functions.
Christopher Harich, Ph.D.
Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Southern California, Lake Arrowhead, CA
Dr. Christopher Harich is the Geohydrology Laboratory Manager and research associate at the University of Southern California. Dr. Harich was instrumental in the initial model development and research for the Geohydrology Laboratory. Dr. Harich’s research and findings on well hydraulics lead to his dissertation at USC. He is currently researching long-term water sustainability in the face of global climate change. He is also performing laboratory testing on non-vertical subsurface intakes for desalination plants. Dr. Harich also has 12 years of experience in the industry of water resources specifically in water well design and construction.
Rusty Redding, Contractor
Layne Christensen Co., Witchita
NGWA may only post those brown bag sessions, Webinars, event sessions, and like for which we have obtained copyright permission from the presenter. Furthermore, by accessing or downloading any of these items, you agree they are for your own personal use and may not be disseminated by any means to others via any medium. Click here to read NGWA's proprietary legend and disclaimers before proceeding.