CES Hosts Students of Heritage Ranch
CES Educates Students on Careers in the Underground Infrastructure Industry
Baton Rouge, Louisiana – ComplianceEnviroSystems, LLC, hosted a group of young men, ages 13-15, and their houseparents, on Friday, September 13, 2019, as a part of the Heritage Ranch Workforce Development Program.
Heritage Ranch strengthens children, their families, and the community through a Christ-centered residential children’s home. Its Workforce Development Program exposes the children to meaningful careers to spark their imagination and give ideas of the types of jobs that are available in the future.
CES is happy to partner with Heritage Ranch, allowing the students to meet with members of our team and learn about the underground infrastructure industry. Including sewer system evaluation services and data management, business development, Information Technology (IT), marketing, and the overall mission of CES – helping municipalities find the troublesome sources of inflow and infiltration.
Experiencing Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Inspection First Hand
Nick Spano, Director of Training at CES, teaches Ranch students about operating a robotic camera and TV van. The boys were excited to learn about the most effective method to determine defects in a sewer system (CCTV) while getting a chance to sit behind the lens and operate the system.
Exploring CES’s Data Management Center
Jason Carrel, CES data manager, and Hermanus Martin, CES data tech, shared with the students the importance of data management to analyze and deliver accurate data. Their presentation included a slideshow of photos and videos of unexpected objects found in the sewer through CES’s inspections.