Eramosa wishes to thank Mr. Thomas J. DeLaura, Vice-President Eramosa International, for his years of service and help in establishing our operations in the United States as he transitions to providing strategic consulting services to the water industry and sharing more of his time in support of community building efforts in his home town of Detroit, and with charitable non-profit agencies. Read more ›
Eramosa recently capped off an exciting year of fundraising for multiple sclerosis (MS). Our annual involvement in the MS Bike Tour saw the company participate in four bicycle rides, in two provinces, where we raised over $40,000. The September ride in Toronto wrapped a successful summer of fundraising and biking where the team also participated in first-time rides in Guelph and Calgary. When this year’s pledges are accounted for it will bring Eramosa’s 11 year total to well over $364,000. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is proud to announce that it was part of a team that won the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) Environment Award. The prize was given to the City of North Battleford, SK for their implementation of a Lystek biosolids management solution.
The award for municipalities with a population under 20,000 was announced in June 2015 during CAMA’s national Conference in Jasper, AB. CAMA’s awards program is “designed to encourage excellence in the art of professional municipal administration.” The Environment Award is specifically granted to projects that have made an impact on the environment. The award “recognizes the commitment of a municipality to environmentally sustainable governance, to protecting the environment and to combating climate change.” Read more ›
The International Society of Automation (ISA) announces the publication of the ISA-TR18.2.3-2015 Basic Alarm Design technical report. Released as part of the ISA-18.2 alarm management standards series, the report provides guidance on how to effectively design alarms in accordance with the alarm management lifecycle. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is excited to announce that our team was part of three winning projects in the 2015 Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) awards. These three awards brings Eramosa’s total CEO award count to seven.
The 2015 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards Gala was held on April 18, 2015 at the International Centre in Mississauga, ON. The awards are in their 13th year and they are designed to recognize engineering firms that have provided leadership and innovation to improve the quality of life in Ontario and around the world. The event also marked a special occasion as CEO is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Read more ›
Guelph, ON, April 20, 2015– Eramosa Engineering Inc., a leading SCADA systems provider within several key markets including water, wastewater, solar, and wind, announced today the move of their Toronto office to new, larger quarters. The shift will accommodate recent staff growth and maintain its presence in the city. Read more ›
We recently encountered an interesting challenge when one of our clients needed to ensure that all of their information is being gathered and stored by their SCADA system in the event of a data collection interruption. With a diverse assortment of reporting sites and technologies currently in use, the customer needed a fix that is both reliable for today and into the future. In the end Eramosa Engineering created a robust solution that allows the system to collect and backfill data to a historian during a communication outage without data loss. Read more ›
October 30, 2014 – Eramosa Engineering Inc., a leading consulting engineering firm and system integrator for water, wastewater and renewable energy applications, has joined the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN). Read more ›
Every year, over 10,000 Canadians strap on their helmets and mount their trusty metal steeds; hitting the road together to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Canada has the highest rate of Multiple Sclerosis in the world, known more commonly as MS, it is an inflammatory disease that damages nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord causing motor, visual, sensory and autonomic problems. Read more ›
We were interested to see the 2014 State of the Water Industry (SOTWI) report recently released by the AWWA (http://awwa.org). As people who work on the cutting edge of rapidly changing technology, trends and issues influence the practices and strategies we use to best serve the industry. SOTWI notes that on a scale of 1 to 7, the overall “health” of the industry went up slightly this past year (to 4.6 from 4.5), but the key issues remain – infrastructure condition, financing, public understanding, and regulatory compliance among the top ones. It mentions that the industry faces large scale changes in several areas – and cites technology as one of them. Eramosa knows that technology can help, when it is focused on addressing long-term issues, along with performing its day to day roles. Read more ›
Flooding, fresh-water stewardship along Ontario’s Grand River to be studied
Eramosa is pleased to be working with SOWC to utilize the data that is being collected under the Grand River Watershed initiative to develop the e.RIS Web Services component of our information and reporting software, thus providing the ability to link to remote ‘off-site’ data sets that will then allow our partners to visualize and analyze data from their SCADA systems, LIMS, and other internal data sources with external data such as watershed information, weather and hydro data. We are excited to have been able to complete the connection to the SOWC watershed data set and are working on a pilot to allow local municipalities and cities to access this information and determine the relationship between watershed information and the operation of groundwater and surface water facilities, as well as wastewater treatment plants. Read more ›
During the past months our Partners have challenged us to build some exciting new enhancements to e.RIS. Through lots of hard work and thorough testing, many of the requests are now available. One of the largest tools developed is a validation module that allows e.RIS Partners to organize tags and group them into batches to be processed. The tag data is first run through a series of automated validation rules defined to flag data that violates a business rule. Some of rules include; rate of change variances, frozen value detection, min/max threshold detection, and regulatory/recommended limits comparison. Once the data completes the automated validation processes, users can review the batches in an easy to use calendar view which displays a summary of the tag’s daily values (daily average, minimum and maximum) and the number and types of flags that were set. If more review and analysis are needed, a visual tool for reviewing and commenting on the data is available to users. Every review, approval or comment is retained in an audit log. Read more ›
Eramosa is pleased that the ITA has welcomed Eramosa International’s Vice President Tom DeLaura, PE as the new executive director. We are excited that the industry will continue to benefit from Tom’s work to promote and further organizations such as ITA, AWWA, WEF, and ISA and that Tom is able to be in a leadership role with these organizations while continuing in his key role at Eramosa.
Please join in welcoming Tom DeLaura to ITA!
ITA’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas J. DeLaura, P.E. of Detroit Michigan as ITA’s Executive Director. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is pleased to announce the launch of our Toronto office to provide a more local presence for our clients in the GTA and Eastern Ontario. Our intention is to be able to provide shorter response times, local support and availability through our new office to our key clients. Read more ›
Eramosa Engineering is pleased to announce the launch of our London office to provide a more local presence for our clients in southwestern Ontario. Our intention is to be able to provide shorter response times, local support and availability through our new office to our key clients. Read more ›