The  purpose of the Infrastructure LA Water Committee is to collaborate to revitalize the LA region by investing in equitable, sustainable, and resilient infrastructure.  This will be accomplished by developing integrated, cross-Agency projects that serve the Los Angeles Region and maximize use of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) funding.

If you are interested in participating in the Water Committee, please email infrastructurela@pw.lacounty.gov.

 Anselmo G. Collins, Chair

Anselmo G. Collins is the Senior Assistant General Manager of the Water System for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). As one of the largest and most complex municipal water systems in the world, the Los Angeles Water System has an annual operating budget of $1.5 billion and serves high quality drinking water to over 4 million people in a 472 square-mile area. Mr. Collins leads an organization of more than 2,400 employees. Mr. Collins has over 30 years of experience with LADWP. His experience has been both in engineering and managerial capacities involving planning, designing, construction, project management, construction management, procurement, operations, and maintenance.

Raymond L. Tremblay, Vice Chair

Raymond L. Tremblay is Head of the Facilities Planning Department for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts (LACSD) and is responsible for planning and environmental review for new facilities, property management, and information services. Mr. Tremblay has been a member of LACSD engineering staff since 1993 serving in various capacities in wastewater treatment and solid waste facilities planning, construction, operation, and regulatory compliance. In 2005, Mr. Tremblay became the Monitoring Section Head, responsible for water quality at all LACSD wastewater treatment facilities. In 2008, he was promoted to Assistant Department Head of the Technical Services Department, responsible for management of water quality, water recycling, biosolids and air permit compliance, research programs, laboratory processes, public information, and regulatory and legislative advocacy functions.

He is a Registered Civil Engineer, with the State of California, and is a Board-Certified Environmental Engineer, a member of the Water Environment Federation, the California Water Environment Association, and American Society of Civil Engineers. Mr. Tremblay serves on the Board of Directors for the Urban Water Institute.