For the fourth year in a row, renewal and replacement (R&R) of aging water and wastewater infrastructure has been identified as the top challenge facing US water companies, according to the American Water Works Association (AWWA) State of the Water Industry report.
Water and wastewater utilities need to develop asset management plans to help effectively prioritize the renewal and replacement of aging underground water and sewer infrastructure networks. While some utilities may be well-suited to conduct asset management planning in-house, others may evaluate the support of a consulting engineer firm. Read this article to learn more...
It is no revelation that as water and wastewater network infrastructure are aging and failing, utilities’ asset management budgets are stretched thinner and thinner. Perhaps now more than ever, there is a critical need for more efficient and cost-effective maintenance of a utility’s assets.
Sound asset management plans are relevant to utility teams who need to maintain high service levels at the best cost, better serve clients and ultimately win more business. Read the article to learn more about how your engineer firm can flourish by maximizing the asset lifecycle.