Water and wastewater utilities are responsible for the care of both horizontal and vertical assets. Many organizations find themselves using one type of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to manage their mains, valves, hydrants, and...

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The City of South Bend, Indiana, manages 700 miles of sanitary and storm sewers and 10,000 catch basins, inlets, and drains through its Department of Public Works Office of Sewers. For years, the department relied...

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Over the course of the last decade, municipal governments have increasingly turned to IT consolidation as a means of reducing costs while also improving service delivery. For many organizations, IT consolidation means the re-centralization of...

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Water distribution organizations are tasked with more than just the reliable delivery of clean, safe water. They also need to manage and care for the infrastructure itself. Whether you’re rehabilitating, replacing, or simply fixing your...

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When Collier County had a “vision” to deploy a tool that would standardize asset management across all its departments, officials knew there was only one way to get there. By expanding its relationship with Cityworks,...

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Collier County today announced the official "go-live" of the first phase of their enterprise-class Cityworks Asset Management System (AMS). The large Florida county is working with Woolpert, a Cityworks platinum implementation partner, to support the implementation...

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Each day, in communities across the globe, millions of gallons of water and wastewater travel through underground pipes to be treated, distributed, or consumed. In the U.S. alone, water main breaks have increased by 27...

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via Government Technology Philadelphia’s process for managing damaged fire hydrants was brought into the digital age late last year with a new reporting app. The city’s Fire Department now transfers data about the condition of...

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