Manufacturers’ representative firm Hollabaugh Brothers & Associates recently brought together 100 specifying engineers and facility managers to experience the broad range of Watts products, integrated system solutions, and design resources at Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. With the theme “Your Connection to Innovative Water Solutions,” the event also offered three CEU courses on rainwater harvesting, digital mixing technology, and the use of automatic control valves (ACVs) in commercial high-rise buildings.

“As event co-hosts, we enjoyed the opportunity to talk with guests about Watts technologies and solutions specifically designed to support the design and management of plumbing systems in commercial and institutional buildings,” Watts Senior Vice President of Sales Andrew Windsor said. “And, we affirmed our commitment to providing the technical resources, training, and tools they need to keep pace with rapidly changing technologies.”

Watts presented solutions that meet drainage, acid waste removal, water filtration, flow control, rainwater harvesting, and other critical plumbing requirements and gained insight into some of the biggest challenges specifying engineers and facility managers are facing. Armed with new knowledge, they will be prepared to choose the best possible solutions for their system design and management needs.