Raftelis is looking forward to playing a major role at this year’s Utility Management Conference (UMC). The conference will be held in Anaheim, CA on February 25-28.
Join us as we discuss how to integrate your strategic plan into the fabric of your organization to guide your initiatives and accomplish your goals.
We’re excited to share an article from Journal AWWA authored by Raftelis staff members Melissa Elliott, APR and Samantha Villegas, APR entitled “Consider the Importance of Risk Communication.”
We are thrilled to announce that Raftelis has acquired The Novak Consulting Group (TNCG), a leading provider of management consulting services to the public sector, and that Mike Burton, a very experienced financial and rate consultant, has also joined our team.
Let’s talk asset management. Oftentimes, we find that utility managers narrowly focus their asset management on physical assets.
Utility rates managers! Do you know how to get the rates your utility needs to be successful while still promoting community objectives?
Water utilities across the country are innovating in new and exciting ways.
Raftelis’ workshops will help you develop a sustainable financial plan and conduct cost of service analyses to create the rate changes your utility needs.
Raftelis Vice President, John Mastracchio, contributed to developing a new framework to help inform the federal policies to determine affordability.
Raftelis has opened a new office in Pittsburgh, PA. This office will provide Raftelis’ current services of financial, organizational, technology, and communications consulting for utilities and the public sector.
Our Chairman, William Stannard, is participating in EPA/USDA workshop on reducing nutrients In WW.
Raftelis Vice President Darin Thomas will be on a panel this Friday at WEF’s Transformative Issues Symposium on Workforce to introduce S.C.I.P., which helps organizations build their internal capacity for strategy, change, innovation, and performance.
Raftelis Senior Manager Thierry Boveri will be at SWANA FL’s Summer Conference today, sharing results on value and costs of recycling in Florida.
Authors: Peiffer Brandt, Rob Ori, and Samantha Villegas Raftelis recently acquired Florida-based Public Resources Management Group (PRMG). This adds 12 consultants to the roster, bringing the total Raftelis staff count to more than 100 across the US. Both firms have been around since the early 1990s, often in competition with each other, though PRMG […]
We are thrilled to announce that Raftelis has acquired Public Resources Management Group, Inc. (PRMG), a leading provider of financial, rate, and management consulting services to utilities and the public sector, with a particularly strong presence in Florida and throughout the Southeast. PRMG adds 12 consultants in their Maitland, FL office to the Raftelis team. […]
Raftelis Director of Strategic Communication Services and AWWA President-Elect, Melissa Elliott, was recently featured on the THE H2duO Water In Real Life podcast, discussing how to get your elected officials fired up about water.
Raftelis Manager and AWWA President-Elect, Melissa Elliott, recently participated in an interview in conjunction with the WaterNow Alliance discussing the role of communication in the water industry! You check it out here at the WaterNow Alliance website.
We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Water and Wastewater Rate Survey is now available. This survey is conducted and published by Raftelis in collaboration with the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
Raftelis is excited to be sponsoring the WaterNow Alliance Annual Summit. The event will be held in Austin, TX on March 27-28. We hope to see you there!
Raftelis is looking forward to playing a major role at this year’s Utility Management Conference (UMC). A number of Raftelis personnel will be attending, and several of our staff members will be giving presentations or moderating sessions at the conference.
We are excited and proud to announce that Raftelis Manager Melissa Elliott, has been elected as the next President-Elect of AWWA! Melissa leads Raftelis’ communications and stakeholder engagement practice.
Raftelis Manager, Angie Flores, will be a panelist for the panel discussion entitled, Winning the Rate Race – How Much Should I Charge and How Do I Figure It Out?, at the 2019 Water for Texas conference in Austin.
We’re excited to share the final of four articles written by Raftelis staff members Henrietta Locklear, Katie Cromwell, and Kevin Kostiuk on the topic of utility rate affordability for WaterWorld Magazine. Check out the article here. For more information, please contact Henrietta Locklear at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raftelis staff members co-authored an article on the topic of economic impacts of water information systems. The paper was published in the journal “Water Resources and Economics” and is titled “The Economic Impacts of Water Information Systems: A Systematic Review.”