Webinar: Designing with Secondary Water Sources
How to use an engineered irrigation solution to manage and control multiple water sources
Mike Igo, Principal of Aqueous Consultants
Mike is a Professional Engineer with 20 years of experience designing and managing water resources projects — and is licensed in 12 states. His unique background lends to his ability to design mechanical systems (piping, pumping, motors, and controls) as well as civil infrastructure (ponds, wells, tanks, small buildings, and drainage). As a LEED Accredited Professional, Mike has documented successfully-awarded credits for hundreds of certified projects for his clients. In addition, he is an Irrigation Association Certified Irrigation Designer who works on many interior and exterior landscapes. Mike’s approach to any project is to understand what his client is trying to accomplish, develop detailed water resource and distribution system options, and outline the economic and environmental costs and benefits.
Chris Wright, VP of Sales, HydroPoint
Chris is a seasoned irrigation professional who utilizes his extensive knowledge of irrigation efficiency to influence the proper design, implementation, and maintenance of irrigation technologies to promote water management and conservation. His expertise in two-wire technology and associated devices, including soil moisture sensors and flow sensors, is invaluable in today’s industry as landscape architects, municipalities and public agencies look for ways to reduce water use in the face of restrictions, regulations and mandates.
Andy Humphrey, Irrigation Technology Consultant
Andy Humphrey is professionally trained as a landscape & irrigation designer and became one of Baseline’s first employees in 2007. He is known for developing Baseline’s first sales, and for helping designers, contractors, and distributors use technology to improve their business. Today, he is an Irrigation Technology & Ecommerce Consultant, the founder of SprinklerSupplyStore.com, and host of The Sprinkler Nerd Podcast.
Blog: Managing Secondary Water Sources
Property owners across many sectors use various water sources for irrigation. The most common fresh water sources are rivers, reservoirs, lakes and groundwater.
Blog: Benefits of Green Infrastructure
Learn about the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure and how smart irrigation helps it thrive.
Irrigating the Largest Private Real Estate Development in U.S. History: Hudson Yards
How Northern Designs successfully designed Hudson Yards irrigation with the help of Baseline controllers to protect landscape asset value.