An enterprise asset management system helps you collect and visualize data. But human error and inconsistent processes can still create gaps in the information you rely on for decision-making. By aligning your workflows and technology...

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The City of Laredo, Texas, recently modernized its asset management system and is using Cityworks AMS to manage its extensive water and wastewater infrastructure. "The city had invested in collecting a robust set of GIS...

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Integrating Microsoft Power BI with Cityworks can help utilities easily interpret key information about their assets. In the area of Long Island known for inspiring the setting in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book The Great Gatsby,...

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Looking to learn something new this month? Cityworks has got you covered! Check out this list of four free webinars or virtual events happening in June. June 18 Streamline Your Electric Operations with Effective Reactive...

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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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Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (Central San) in California strives to be a utility of the future by pioneering innovative technologies and cutting-edge practices. The GIS and asset management team is the tip of the...

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Happy Drinking Water Week! In honor of the American Water Works Association and the water utilities that keep clean water flowing through our taps, here are some interesting facts about H2O and how we use...

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The beautiful coastline, a professional tennis tournament, and a vibrant downtown corridor are obvious attractions in Delray Beach, Florida. But the city, with support from Black & Veatch, is adding a feature that is invisible...

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Located just west of Chicago, DuPage County is the second-largest county in Illinois and home to nearly one million residents. DuPage County has experienced extensive urban growth, with a 500 percent increase in population since...

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Water utilities don’t like leaks. Not only can they threaten infrastructure and demand emergency response, but especially in the case of treated water, leaks allow revenue to literally pour into the street.  Yet for utilities...

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