Thank You to Our Conference Sponsors!


For sponsoring the Conference Breakfast


For sponsoring the Thursday Evening Events


For sponsoring the Wednesday Evening Reception

   
For sponsoring the TWCA/NWRA Luncheon


For sponsoring the Conference Program


For sponsoring the promotional item


For sponsoring the coffee breaks


For sponsoring the Ice Cream Break


For sponsoring the Lanyards


For sponsoring the Name Badges


PLATINUM SPONSORS
Daniel B. Stephens & Associates, Inc.
Halff Associates, Inc.
HDR Engineering, Inc.
INTERA
Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.
McCall, Parkhurst & Horton L.L.P.
North Harris County Regional Water Authority
North Texas Municipal Water District
Sabine River Authority of Texas
Stantec Consulting Services Inc.
Tarrant Regional Water District
Trinity River Authority of Texas

GOLD SPONSORS
Alan Plummer Associates, Inc.
NewGen Strategies and Solutions, LLC
Parsons Water and Infrastructure
Ron Lewis & Associates
San Jacinto River Authority

SILVER SPONSORS
Allen Boone Humphries Robinson, LLP
Carollo Engineers, Inc.
Gulf Coast Authority
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Robert J. Brandes Consulting
SledgeLaw Group, LLC

BRONZE SPONSORS
BGE, Inc.
LRE Water, LLC
NorrisLeal, LLC
WaterPR

Annual Convention

Thank you to everyone who attended TWCA's 75th Annual Convention March 6-8, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa in Bastrop, Texas. This year marked TWCA's 75th Anniversary so a lot of great things happened. Check back for photos from the event. 
 

View the special conference program. (Note: the fun stuff is really in pages 12-15 of the program). We have also requested 8.75 attorney CLE credits hours for the convention. See the CLE credit reporting information at the end of this page.

Watch the 75th Anniversary Video!

In celebration of TWCA's 75th Anniversary, our staff made a video commemorating the legacy of the association's work by its staff and membership, as well as memorable initiatives over the years. By reflecting on the past and looking to the future, this video captures the heart and soul of what TWCA is all about. 

Thank you to all of our stellar keynote speakers!

Watch the 75th Anniversary Video!

In celebration of TWCA's 75th Anniversary, our staff made a video commemorating the legacy of the association's work by its staff and membership, as well as memorable initiatives over the years. By reflecting on the past and looking to the future, this video captures the heart and soul of what TWCA is all about. 

Annual Convention CLE Credits for Attorneys

Course Number: 174044033
Course Title: TWCA 2019 Annual Convention
Course Date: 3/6/2019
Accredited Hours: 8.75 (0 ethics)
 
To log your hours, login to the Texas Bar’s “My Bar Page” and then click on “view/report CLE hours.” Click “add attendance at the top of the page and enter the course number and the hours you attended. The specific courses that received approval are:

  1. KEYNOTE: Commissioner Emily Lindley, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (.5 hours)
  2. KEYNOTE: Chief Nim Kidd, Texas Division of Emergency Management and Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas (.5 hours)
  3. WOTUS Worries?  How the new Definition May Impact Water Quality and Your Water Projects, Rex Hunt, Alan Plummer Associates, Inc., and Nathan Vassar, Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C. (.5 hours)
  4. Oil and Gas Production Water and the Clean Water Act, Leonard Levine, Gulf Coast Authority (.5 hours)
  5. General and Environmental Panel Caucus (.5 hours):
  • NTMWD Rate Case, Lauren Kalisek, Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.,
  • Legislative Update, Michael J. Booth, Booth Ahrens & Werkenthin
  1. A New Reservoir Project 30 Years in the Making, Tom Kula and Mike Rickman, North Texas Municipal Water District (.5 hours)
  2. KEYNOTE: Chairman Dade Phelan, House State Affairs Committee (.5 hours)
  3. KEYNOTE: Chairman Lyle Larson, House Natural Resources Committee (.5 hours)
  4. Dave Eggerton, Executive Director, Association of California Water Agencies (.5 hours) (about California water policy)
  5. KEYNOTE: Comptroller Glenn Hegar, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts (.5 hours)
  6. KEYNOTE: Chairman Charles Perry, Senate Water and Rural Affairs Committee (.5 hours)
  7. Reuse in Texas – Past, Present, and Future, Tom Gooch, Freese & Nichols (moderator), Glenn Clingenpeel, Trinity River Authority of Texas, Woody Frossard, Tarrant Regional Water District, Mike Rickman, North Texas Municipal Water District, and Russell Schreiber, City of Wichita Falls (1 hour)
  8. KEYNOTE: Director Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board (.5 hours)
  9. Endangered Species Act Reform, Rebecca Hays Barho, Nossaman LLP (.5 hours)
  10. Case Law Update, Kimberly Grinnan Kelley, Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP (.5 hours)
  11. Legislative Update, Howard Slobodin, Trinity River Authority of Texas and Brian Sledge, SledgeLaw Group PLLC (.75 hours)