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Event Registration - It Works on Paper: Reconciling Site Hydraulics

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Tuesday, December 08, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
The primary focus of an irrigation designer is to design a system able to match the water requirement of the plant material through maturity. Ultimately, the hydraulic requirements of this system must match the hydraulic profile of the site, and it is the designer's and installer's task to ensure that this occurs. Learn how to ascertain the hydraulic requirements of the system from the irrigation design and gain an understanding of how to calculate this for design-build situations. Take away a game-changing technique used to accurately measure landscapes of any shape so they may be verified against the design. This webinar is worth one CEU in the Tier 1 - Irrigation Training category.
  • Speaker(s)
    • Jim A Borneman
      Director of Education
      Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply
      Jim Borneman is the founder of Ewing Education Services at Ewing Irrigation and Landscape Supply. He attended Chico State College and has a degree in business management from St. Mary's College of California. Borneman is a licensed Texas irrigator (LN 7979) and has held certifications as a designer, contractor, and irrigation auditor with the Irrigation Association. He has focused his efforts at Ewing toward curriculum development with a greater emphasis on teaching, as opposed to the many administrative responsibilities associated with leading Ewing's education department. 2020 marks his 46th year in the landscape industry. Throughout his career, Borneman has worked in a variety of sales and operations positions with manufacturers and distributors. Prior to coming to Ewing in 1994, he was the director of education for the IA. Industry education has been a focus and a passion for him since the late 1970s, and over the years he has trained tens of thousands of landscape professionals. Borneman has a passion for water conservation that is a natural part of his legacy as a fourth generation Californian.




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