About WaterCrunch

My name is Robert Osborne, primary author of WaterCrunch. I am a water resources engineer for Black & Veatch, an employee-owned company that has more than 100 offices worldwide and is among the Forbes “500 Largest Private Companies in the United States.”

WaterCrunch is my personal blog. A place for my wandering mind to unravel and explore. While I do tend to write more on water resource topics, I also uncover our hidden infrastructure in our daily lives, rediscover forgotten history, and share all the tech tools that I have discovered along the way.

I believe engineers in general should do a better job communicating. I know I do. My goal is to create insightful, bite-size, relevant content that you can use in your personal and professional life. If you are interested in learning about water or just staying connected to our analog world this blog is for you. Get on board!

Currently I am posting about once a month. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts, you can subscribe via RSS or e-mail. I do not accept any advertising or guest posts at this time.

Some of my favorite posts

My Biography

I have worked with Black & Veatch since I graduated from Clemson University in the mid-90s. I have been blessed to work on numerous water supply and planning projects throughout the Southeast. I have been married to my wife, Kristen for sixteen years. We have two kids, a lab, five chickens, and one cat. We consider ourselves lucky to live in Clemson, South Carolina.

My Contact Information

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Disclaimer

This is my personal blog. The opinions I express here do not necessarily represent those of my employer, Black & Veatch. The information I provide is on an as-is basis. I make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

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