Without a healthy environment, our communities and the basic infrastructure within them would cease to function. The work done by utility organizations, local governments, and infrastructure owners is critically important. Day in and day out,...

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Every city, county, and water authority in the U.S. strives to meet the industry standards for hydrant flow tests set forth by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the National Fire Protection Association. Consultants...

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We talked with two of our colleagues at ITpipes—Cori Criss, founder and CEO, and Mark Grabowski, business development manager—about the future of water and wastewater management. Q: You’ve been working with GIS and asset management...

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There has been renewed interest in infrastructure on Capitol Hill. A handful of new bills and packages aim to increase funding for infrastructural improvements in the U.S., ranging from water and wastewater to roads and...

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Whether it is flipping a light switch, turning on a water faucet, or traveling on a road, public infrastructure has a direct impact on our everyday lives. Sustainable and efficient infrastructure has the potential to...

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The Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) has been tasked with collecting water quality samples at approximately 170 different locations. Before implementing Cityworks, water quality collections, lab submissions, and chain of custody workflows were inefficient and...

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Infrastructure has played a vital role in advancing humanity since the beginning of recorded history. Not only does infrastructure connect communities and promote economic growth, it also enriches and enhances individual lives, and keeps communities...

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The once common saying “GIS is a fast-growing field” is quickly becoming outdated. It’s now widely apparent that utilizing advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to represent spatial data is vastly superior to the once-mighty...

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The southern Piedmont region of the United States, nestled between the Appalachian Mountains and the eastern coastline, is one of the fastest growing regions in the country. The ongoing development boom and steady population influx...

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There is a lot to keep track of in the City of Carmel, Indiana, where the population is 100,000 and rapidly growing. With the help of a Nearmap integration—along with Cityworks and ArcGIS—the city has...

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