When you need public asset management, you think Cityworks. And POWER Engineers is the premier partner to help you implement Cityworks for your asset management and permitting needs. With deep expertise in electric, gas, water, wastewater, stormwater, facilities, permitting, DOT inspections, land management, and urban forestry, our dedicated Cityworks practitioners have delivered solutions for small municipal projects to large-scale infrastructure projects for counties or utilities. We have proven experience getting Cityworks solutions into production faster and easier through our interactive project delivery – minimizing risks and satisfying users. Whether you need standard Cityworks implementation assistance or require legacy system integration and data migration, we have the technical prowess and experience to make your enterprise use of Cityworks a success.

Lions, Tigers, and Bears. Oh My!

In terms of assets, the Milwaukee County Zoo is one of Wisconsin’s finest. Nearly double the span of San Diego’s renowned zoo at 190 acres, the Milwaukee County Zoo hosts 1.3 million people each year, making it the third-highest attended attraction in the state. Like most modern zoos established in the late nineteenth century, the …

Power Your Electric Utility Workflow

We’re at DistribuTECH this week, where more than 13,500 leaders in the utility fields are talking about the transformation of energy exchange. An ever-changing technology landscape offers new and exciting opportunities for utility organizations. Yet even with increased access to innovation, many organizations find themselves grappling with legacy systems, inefficient processes, and information silos that can …

Integrating Independence

When the city fathers of Independence, Missouri, fired up their first power plant in 1901, electrical power was considered leading-edge technology. More than 115 years later, Independence Power and Light (IPL) repeated the tradition of embracing new technology when they chose Cityworks to replace its homegrown work management program. The municipal electric utility’s primary challenge …