Year: 2012

Water Energy Nexus Described in “WaterWorld” Article

We typically think of water and electricity as elements that don’t play well together. But in the real world of wastewater treatment, there is a significant intersection of water and energy, called the “water energy nexus.” It is this relationship that is described in an article written for WWEMA (Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association)…
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Port of Miami Tunnel Boring Project Reaches Halfway Point

 Photo courtesy of Port of Miami Tunnel The $1 billion dollar tunnel project to provide direct access between the Port of Miami and I-395 and I-95 reached a major milestone as the TBM (tunnel boring machine) broke through a stone slab on Dodge Island, completing the first of two tunnels under Biscayne Bay. The project…
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Ina Road Project Featured in ENR

Photo by MWH Constructors and McGraw-Hill Companies The July 30, 2012 issue of Engineering News Record contained an article about Arizona’s Pima County’s two wastewater projects aimed at improving levels of nitrogen in their effluent. On one of the two projects, Ina Road, Revere is the control system integrator. The article discusses several aspects of the project,…
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How the Automation Alliance Group Membership Benefits Our OEM Customers

Two recent examples within our OEM group have demonstrated the immense value of Automation Alliance Group membership to us and our customers. In one case, our OEM customer asked us to provide a quote for project startup costs. The project location would have required two travel days per week for a Revere person, meaning only three days of actual…
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Revere Awarded SCADA Upgrade Contract at Shreveport, LA

This month, the City of Shreveport, LA selected Revere Control Systems to perform their water and wastewater SCADA system Upgrade. There was intense interest in this project because the City of Shreveport is currently under an EPA Consent Decree similar to what Baton Rouge currently is  going through which has required the city of Baton Rouge…
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Automation Alliance Group Demonstrates Value

It is sometimes difficult to explain to customers and prospects how our participation in the Automation Alliance Group (the Alliance), with its associated global reach, benefits them. We recently had a perfect yet simple demonstration. An OEM client of ours that produces odor control equipment for municipal wastewater applications was bidding on an odor control system project in Romania…
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Dig It! Machine Begins Boring Port of Miami Tunnel

Tunnel Machine launch ceremony by Susan Gentle  Construction of the new $1 billion Port of Miami tunnel has taken a giant leap forward now that “Harriet”, the largest diameter soft ground tunnel boring machine (TBM) in the United States, is digging the first of two tunnels under Biscayne Bay.  On Friday, November 4, 2011, following…
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