Digital Water Works CEO Dr. Paul F. Boulos joins Water for People Leadership Council

Denver, Colorado USA, April 16, 2019 – Digital Water Works, a leading global innovator of digital twin solutions for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Dr. Paul F. Boulos, its Chief Executive Officer, has joined the Water for People Leadership Council as Principal Council Member.

Born out of the American Water Works Association, Water For People was established in 1991. Its mission is to promote the development of high-quality drinking water and sanitation services, accessible to all and sustained by strong communities, businesses, and governments. It currently acts across nine countries to bring safe water and sanitation to four million people.

The Water For People Leadership Council was founded by historic partners from the engineering and construction industry in 2014. Comprised of leading global companies in the fields of water/wastewater, engineering, and construction and governed by Principal Members, the Council provides guidance and feedback to Water For People on Global Programs operations and growth as well as diversification strategies. In turn, Water For People provides a platform for member companies and their employees to engage in global water issues and increase their social impact.

As Principal Council Member, Dr. Boulos joins Darren Saywell, Director of Water Services Environment and Infrastructure for AECOM; Rich D’Amato, President and Chief Executive Officer of Brown and Caldwell; Michael MacPhee, Chief Strategy Officer for Carollo Engineers; Tony Bouchard, President and Chief Operating Officer for CDM Smith; Steve Meininger, Global Director of Operations Management Services at Jacobs; Ian MacFarlane, Chief Executive Officer of EA Engineering Science and Technology; and Nishad Parmar, Global Director of Commercial Excellence for Xylem. Council members include John McCarthy, President of Water Business Line for Arcadis; Steven Terwindt, Chief Operating Officer for Brenntag; Juan Pablo Vicuna Reyes, Ecuador Director for Greeley and Hansen; and Charlie Hocking, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hazen and Sawyer.

“I’m honored and inspired to work with this distinguished group of our industry’s most seasoned leaders to improve life for people worldwide,” said Boulos. “The Leadership Council puts its members in a strong position to apply their combined insight, experience and commitment to driving sound, innovative and sustainable solutions for ending the global water and sanitation crisis. Our work carries with it tremendous social responsibility. Universal access to sustainable clean drinking water and sanitation services is essential to improving living standards worldwide, protecting the environment, and enabling people and nations to be more healthy, prosperous, and resilient.”

For more information on Water for People, visit https://www.waterforpeople.org/.

About Digital Water Works

Digital Water Works is a new breed of engineering technology solutions provider dedicated to innovating exclusively for the global water and wastewater industry. The company strategically combines the power of cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, pervasive engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management and advanced analytics to seamlessly build and implement comprehensive, reliable digital twin solutions for smarter, more sustainable and resilient wet infrastructure. The result is real-time, actionable insights that empower water and wastewater utilities to optimize and transform their businesses and keep their infrastructures operating well into the future at the lowest life-cycle cost. Founded in 2018 by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, the Denver-based company is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of leading technology, management and engineering experts serving the water industry. For more information, visit www.digital-ww.com or connect with Digital Water Works on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Digital Water Works Contact:

Ram Pratti
Ram.Pratti@digital-ww.com

Digital Water Works CEO Dr. Paul F. Boulos To Give Stueck Distinguished Lecture at Missouri University of Science & Technology

Denver, Colorado USA, April 9, 2019 – Digital Water Works, a leading global innovator of digital twin solutions for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Dr. Paul F. Boulos, its Chief Executive Officer, has been invited to give the Missouri University of Science & Technology (Missouri S&T) Stueck Distinguished Lecture on April 26, 2019. He will also be a special guest at the Missouri S&T Civil Engineering Academy banquet event the evening of April 25. His talk is titled, “On Building and Sustaining Great Companies: Why Some Companies Fail and Others Succeed?”

Joel G. Burken, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, F.AEESP, Curators’ Distinguished Professor & Chair of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering at Missouri S&T said, “We are thrilled to have a speaker of Dr. Boulos’ accomplishment and stature as our speaker. At S&T we endeavor to have our students ready to hit the ground running when they graduate and then to keep advancing through a career of advancing and being leaders. Dr. Boulos has demonstrated that in his career, making not only engineering and technical contributions, but then leading companies and inspiring the next generation to do the same. We are enthused at his topic as well and the event also serves as the induction of our next class of members in our Academy of Civil Engineering. So we have a combination of future alumni and our ‘Hall of Fame’ class joining for Paul’s talk.”

Dr. Boulos is one of the world’s foremost experts on water resources and navigation engineering and the author of ten authoritative books and more than 200 technical articles on issues critical to the water and wastewater industry. He is a recipient of the U.S. Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of America’s highest accolades; the ASCE John I. Parcel-Leif J. Sverdrup Civil Engineering Management Award; the ASCE Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture; the Pride of Heritage Award from the Lebanese American Foundation; the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award from the Rene Moawad Foundation; and the Lebanese American University Alumni of the Year Award. Dr. Boulos was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Hall of Distinction, the highest honor the university bestows on its alumni; the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, one of the most prestigious scientific organizations in Europe; and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. He was also awarded the Honorary Diplomate (Hon.D.WRE) by the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE) as well as Distinguished Diplomate, Navigation Engineering (Dist. D.NE) by the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE), the highest honors for both academies. He is a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Society’s highest honor, and a Diplomate (by Eminence) of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

Among his many professional involvements, Dr. Boulos is president of ACOPNE and past president of AAWRE, and serves on the Boards of Trustees of both organizations. He also sits on the Advisory Group for the NAE Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society; the ASCE Industry Leaders Council; the Advisory Boards of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space at Columbia University and the Environmental Engineering Science Program at Washington University in St. Louis; and the Board of Directors of America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc. (AMIDEAST). He served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Board of International Advisors of the Lebanese American University and has been a member of advisory boards and councils for many organizations, including the Corporate Advisory Board of the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership; the Buck Advisory Council of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging; the Dean’s International Council of the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago; the Board of Directors of the American Society for Engineering Education Corporate Member Council and A Precious Child; the USEPA Science Advisory Board; and the External Advisory Board of the Civil Engineering Department at the American University of Beirut.

Dr. Boulos joins a prestigious circle of past Stueck Distinguished lecturers that includes Dr. Gene Corley, who led the federal investigation into the 9/11-collapse of the World Trade Center’s twin towers, as well as the principal investigator of the 1995 bombing and collapse of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City; Dr. Bruce Rittman, Director of the Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology at Arizona State University; and Dr. Wayne Clough, President Emeritus of Georgia Institute of Technology and Past Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.

This lecture is presented as part of the Neil and Maurita Stueck Distinguished Lecture Series for Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering at Missouri S&T. The series is made possible by a fund established by Maurita Stueck to bring additional outside perspectives to Missouri S&T students, and to honor her late husband, Neil Stueck, a 1943 civil engineering graduate of the university.

About Digital Water Works

Digital Water Works is a new breed of engineering technology solutions provider dedicated to innovating exclusively for the global water and wastewater industry. The company strategically combines the power of cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, pervasive engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management and advanced analytics to seamlessly build and implement comprehensive, reliable digital twin solutions for smarter, more sustainable and resilient wet infrastructure. The result is real-time, actionable insights that empower water and wastewater utilities to optimize and transform their businesses and keep their infrastructures operating well into the future at the lowest life-cycle cost. Founded in 2018 by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, the Denver-based company is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of leading technology, management and engineering experts serving the water industry. For more information, visit www.digital-ww.com or connect with Digital Water Works on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Digital Water Works Contact:

Ram Pratti
Ram.Pratti@digital-ww.com

Digital Water Works CEO Dr. Paul F. Boulos Honored with ASCE 2019 Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture

Dr. Boulos recognized for extraordinary accomplishments in using fundamental scientific principles and current research findings to solve challenging water quality problems

Denver, Colorado USA, April 2, 2019 – Digital Water Works, a leading global innovator of digital twin solutions for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Dr. Paul F. Boulos, its Chief Executive Officer, was selected by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)’s Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) to receive the 2019 Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture. The award ceremony and keynote lecture will be held on Thursday, May 23, at the Environmental Council Luncheon and Award ceremony at the EWRI Congress in Pittsburgh, PA.

Dr. Boulos is recognized for his extraordinary accomplishments in using fundamental scientific principles and current research findings to solve the most challenging water quality problems. He is also recognized for his reputation as one of the world’s foremost experts in computational hydraulics, water resources and navigation engineering, acclaimed for his practical and scientific expertise in both academe and the corporate world.

“Paul is an inspirational leader for the profession, working tirelessly to elevate engineering practice, both technically and professionally,” said Thomas W. Smith III, ENV SP, CAE, F.ASCE, ASCE Executive Director. “I extend my heartfelt congratulations and my appreciation for his longstanding dedication, friendship and many contributions to ASCE, the civil engineering profession, and ultimately to humanity.”

“Paul Boulos, a member of ASCE’s Industry Leaders Council, shows passion and leadership in everything he does,” said ASCE President Robin A. Kemper, P.E., LEED AP, F.SEI, F.ASCE, “Paul’s contributions to the Civil Engineering profession and ASCE are numerous. His understanding and pursuit of innovation and change are two of the most important reasons why Paul has such a positive impact on communities throughout the world. Congratulations Paul for receiving this recognition and I am very proud and honored to call you my friend!”

Deborah H. Lee, PE, PH, D.WRE, F.ASCE, EWRI Vice President commented, “This distinguished award is a fitting acknowledgment of Paul’s eminence in the field of water and wastewater engineering. He is a uniquely positive force for the greater good and his achievements confer prestige on the award and our engineering profession. We thank and congratulate him for his lifetime of achievements, tireless efforts, exemplary service to our profession and community, and advocacy for the advancement of water resources research and work.”

“I am deeply honored to receive this illustrious award and present the annual Simon W. Freese lecture at the 2019 EWRI Congress,” said Dr. Boulos. “It is humbling to be mentioned in the same breath as the distinguished past recipients. They truly exemplify our noble profession’s greatest values. Guided by their passion to create better communities, they have helped build the world’s infrastructure, advanced the state of the art in our profession, and made a shining difference in the lives of so many. I aspire to live up to their high standard of exemplary leadership and engineering excellence, and staying on their path toward improving our society by making a transformative impact on our communities.”

“This award reminds me why I do what I do,” Dr. Boulos concluded. “Knowing that I can help improve the lives of our clients and build a better world gives me enormous satisfaction. We are so fortunate to be able to serve a noble profession that truly enhances the quality of life for all.”

Dr. Boulos is one of the world’s foremost experts on water resources and navigation engineering and the author of ten authoritative books and more than 200 technical articles on issues critical to the water and wastewater industry. He is a recipient of the U.S. Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of America’s highest accolades; the ASCE John I. Parcel-Leif J. Sverdrup Civil Engineering Management Award; the Pride of Heritage Award from the Lebanese American Foundation; the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award from the Rene Moawad Foundation; and the Lebanese American University Alumni of the Year Award. Dr. Boulos was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Hall of Distinction, the highest honor the university bestows on its alumni; the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, one of the most prestigious scientific organizations in Europe; and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. He was also awarded the Honorary Diplomate (Hon.D.WRE) by the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE) as well as Distinguished Diplomate, Navigation Engineering (Dist. D.NE) by the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE), the highest honors for both academies. He is a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Society’s highest honor, and a Diplomate (by Eminence) of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

Among his many professional involvements, Dr. Boulos is president of ACOPNE and past president of AAWRE, and serves on the Boards of Trustees of both organizations. He also sits on the Advisory Group for the NAE Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society; the ASCE Industry Leaders Council; the Advisory Boards of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space at Columbia University and the Environmental Engineering Science Program at Washington University in St. Louis; and the Board of Directors of America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc. (AMIDEAST).

Boulos received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky and a B.S. in General Science from the Lebanese American University. He has also completed Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.

About Digital Water Works

Digital Water Works is a new breed of engineering technology solutions provider dedicated to innovating exclusively for the global water and wastewater industry. The company strategically combines the power of cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, pervasive engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management and advanced analytics to seamlessly build and implement comprehensive, reliable digital twin solutions for smarter, more sustainable and resilient wet infrastructure. The result is real-time, actionable insights that empower water and wastewater utilities to optimize and transform their businesses and keep their infrastructures operating well into the future at the lowest life-cycle cost. Founded in 2018 by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, the Denver-based company is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of leading technology, management and engineering experts serving the water industry. For more information, visit www.digital-ww.com or connect with Digital Water Works on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Digital Water Works Contact:

Ram Pratti
Ram.Pratti@digital-ww.com

Digital Water Works CEO Dr. Paul F. Boulos to Give Distinguished Lecture at University of Dayton

Denver, Colorado USA, March 26, 2019 – Digital Water Works, a leading global innovator of digital twin solutions for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Dr. Paul F. Boulos, its Chief Executive Officer, has been invited to give the Distinguished Speaker Series at the University of Dayton on April 4, 2019. His talk is titled, “Lessons on Engineering Leadership.” Boulos will also have lunch with faculty and staff and meet with members of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) local chapter.

The University of Dayton Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Distinguished Speaker Series is aimed at exploring the connection between civil engineering and the impact the project’s engineers’ work has on society. The series includes three unrelated presentations during each of the Fall and Winter semesters. Enrolled sophomore, junior, and senior civil engineering students are required to attend. The Department invites local professionals to attend the presentations and interact with students at the conclusion of the presentations. Events of the Distinguished Speaker Series take place at the H. Troy and Eileen Sears Recital Hall in the Jesse Philips Humanities Center at the University of Dayton.

Donald V. Chase, Ph.D., P.E., Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Dayton said, “I have known Dr. Boulos personally and professionally for nearly 35 years. Since his days at the University of Kentucky, Paul has been an innovator and leader in all manner of water resources engineering. From his graduate work in hydraulic transients to his leadership of Innoyze and now Digital Water Works, Dr. Boulos has sought to learn, lead and serve – the very mission of the University of Dayton and the qualities that we seek to instill in our students.”

Dr. Boulos is one of the world’s foremost experts on water resources and navigation engineering and the author of ten authoritative books and more than 200 technical articles on issues critical to the water and wastewater industry. He is a recipient of the U.S. Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of America’s highest accolades; the ASCE John I. Parcel-Leif J. Sverdrup Civil Engineering Management Award; the ASCE Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture; the Pride of Heritage Award from the Lebanese American Foundation; the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award from the Rene Moawad Foundation; and the Lebanese American University Alumni of the Year Award. Dr. Boulos was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Hall of Distinction, the highest honor the university bestows on its alumni; the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, one of the most prestigious scientific organizations in Europe; and the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. He was also awarded the Honorary Diplomate (Hon.D.WRE) by the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE) as well as Distinguished Diplomate, Navigation Engineering (Dist. D.NE) by the Academy of Coastal, Ocean, Port & Navigation Engineers (ACOPNE), the highest honors for both academies. He is a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Society’s highest honor, and a Diplomate (by Eminence) of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

Among his many professional involvements, Dr. Boulos is president of ACOPNE and past president of AAWRE, and serves on the Boards of Trustees of both organizations. He also sits on the Advisory Group for the NAE Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society; the ASCE Industry Leaders Council; the Advisory Boards of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space at Columbia University and the Environmental Engineering Science Program at Washington University in St. Louis; and the Board of Directors of America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc. (AMIDEAST). He served as Chairman of both the Board of Trustees and the Board of International Advisors of the Lebanese American University and has been a member of advisory boards and councils for many organizations, including the Corporate Advisory Board of the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership; the Buck Advisory Council of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging; the Dean’s International Council of the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago; the Board of Directors of the American Society for Engineering Education Corporate Member Council and A Precious Child; the USEPA Science Advisory Board; and the External Advisory Board of the Civil Engineering Department at the American University of Beirut.

About Digital Water Works

Digital Water Works is a new breed of engineering technology solutions provider dedicated to innovating exclusively for the global water and wastewater industry. The company strategically combines the power of cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, pervasive engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management and advanced analytics to seamlessly build and implement comprehensive, reliable digital twin solutions for smarter, more sustainable and resilient wet infrastructure. The result is real-time, actionable insights that empower water and wastewater utilities to optimize and transform their businesses and keep their infrastructures operating well into the future at the lowest life-cycle cost. Founded in 2018 by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, the Denver-based company is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of leading technology, management and engineering experts serving the water industry. For more information, visit www.digital-ww.com or connect with Digital Water Works on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Digital Water Works Contact:
Ram Pratti
Ram.Pratti@digital-ww.com

Digital Water Works CEO Dr. Paul F. Boulos to Receive Rene Moawad Foundation’s Highest Honor

Dr. Boulos to be Honored with Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award

Denver, Colorado USA, March 19, 2019 – Digital Water Works, a leading global innovator of digital twin solutions for smart wet infrastructure, today announced that Dr. Paul F. Boulos, its Chief Executive Officer, will be honored by the Rene Moawad Foundation (RMF USA) with its Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award. The award will be presented at the organization’s twelfth annual benefit gala on Saturday, April 13, at the Fisher Island Club in Miami Beach, FL. Dr. Boulos will be introduced by H.E Gabriel Issa, Lebanese Ambassador to the U.S.

Established in 1993, with headquarters in Washington D.C., RMF USA’s main mission is to promote peace, stability and prosperity in Lebanon through sustainable human development activities. Its award pays tribute to individuals who best exemplify the distinguishing qualities of Lebanese Americans: love of family and country, generosity of spirit, dedication to the community, excellence in business or profession, and support of the Foundation’s mission. Laureates are selected by the RMF USA Board of Directors.

RMF USA Founder and Honorary Chairperson H.E. Nayla Moawad said that Dr. Boulos was chosen for this year’s award because of his “distinguished career, defined by excellent professional and ethical performance, exemplary dedication to the community and the water industry … his indefatigable efforts in supporting the education of our youth … and his steadfast commitment to and incredible passion for building a better world for the greater good. Dr. Boulos exemplifies the empathy and dedication that we at RMF USA know can create a future of abundance for Lebanon and the region.”

“Dr. Boulos’ story is one of incredible achievement as both a philanthropist and a business and engineering leader,” said former Congressman and RMF USA Board Chair Nick Rahall. “His leadership in international education, his giving back to his country of origin, Lebanon, and his remarkable contributions here in the United States make him a sterling choice for this important award. He is an asset to the community and a source of pride to men and women everywhere. I am proud to know him as a dear friend. I cannot congratulate him more enthusiastically on this distinguished honor.”

Added H.E. Ambassador Gabriel Issa, “Dr. Paul Boulos is a highly accomplished engineer and a remarkable business leader in the United States and around the world. His long-standing commitment to higher education and dedication to improving the lives, hopes and dreams of our youth define his character as a visionary leader. This honor of Paul’s many contributions to our country inspires great pride and joy throughout the Lebanese American community.”

“I am deeply humbled and honored to be singled out for this distinguished award,” said Boulos. “But even more important to me is the significance of the work we all do. The RMF USA’s incredible passion for enhancing the common good and reaching out to improve Lebanon’s communities is making the country a better and brighter place to live. It is with the utmost respect and admiration for this organization and its Directors that I salute their compassionate hearts, their noble efforts to make a difference in the lives of so many, and their critical role as a leading example and inspiration for others.”

Dr. Boulos is one of the world’s foremost experts on water resources and navigation engineering and the author of ten authoritative books and more than 200 technical articles on issues critical to the water and wastewater industry. He is a recipient of a number of awards including the U.S. Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of America’s highest accolades; the ASCE John I. Parcel-Leif J. Sverdrup Civil Engineering Management Award; the ASCE Simon W. Freese Environmental Engineering Award and Lecture; the Pride of Heritage Award from the Lebanese American Foundation; the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement and Outstanding Community Service Award from the Rene Moawad Foundation; and the Lebanese American University Alumni of the Year Award. He was inducted into the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Hall of Distinction, the highest honor the university bestows on its alumni; to the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, one of the most prestigious scientific organizations in Europe; and to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Dr. Boulos was also awarded the Honorary Diplomate (Hon.D.WRE) by the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE) as well as Distinguished Diplomate, Navigation Engineering (Dist. D.NE) by the ACOPNE, the highest honors for both academies. He is a Distinguished Member of the ASCE, the Society’s highest honor, and a Diplomate (by Eminence) of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.

Among his many professional involvements, Dr. Boulos is president of ACOPNE and past president of AAWRE, and serves on the Boards of Trustees of both organizations. He also sits on the Advisory Group for the NAE Center for Engineering, Ethics, and Society; the ASCE Industry Leaders Council; the Advisory Boards of the Center for Buildings, Infrastructure and Public Space at Columbia University and the Environmental Engineering Science Program at Washington University in St. Louis; and the Board of Directors of America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc./AMIDEAST. He served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Board of International Advisors of the Lebanese American University and has been a member of advisory boards and councils for many organizations including the Corporate Advisory Board of the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership; the Buck Advisory Council of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging; the Dean’s International Council of the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago; the Board of Directors of the American Society for Engineering Education Corporate Member Council; the Board of Directors of A Precious Child; the USEPA Science Advisory Board; and the External Advisory Board of Civil Engineering Department at the American University of Beirut.

For more information on the RMF Miami benefit gala, visit www.rmfusa.org

About Digital Water Works

Digital Water Works is a new breed of engineering technology solutions provider dedicated to innovating exclusively for the global water and wastewater industry. The company strategically combines the power of cloud computing, AI, IoT sensors, pervasive engineering simulation, GIS, enterprise asset management and advanced analytics to seamlessly build and implement comprehensive, reliable digital twin solutions for smarter, more sustainable and resilient wet infrastructure. The result is real-time, actionable insights that empower water and wastewater utilities to optimizie and transform their businesses and keep their infrastructures operating well into the future at the lowest life cycle cost. Founded in 2018 by Dr. Paul F. Boulos, the Denver-based company is supported by a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of leading technology, management and engineering experts serving the water industry. For more information, visit www.digital-ww.com or connect with Digital Water Works on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Digital Water Works Contact:

Digital Water Works
Ram Pratti
Ram.Pratti@digital-ww.com