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July 26, 2021 | David Totman

Factors to Consider for Condition Assessment of Water and Sewer Systems

Whether your water/sewer utility is public or private, for-profit or non-profit/municipal, asset management is always about the business. Assets have an intent to serve, most commonly paying customers. Assuming you never have enough funding, resources, or time to inspect every asset, every foot of your pipe network, you need to prioritize. Read this blog to learn how to be more efficient in your condition assessments...
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April 27, 2021 | David Totman

Putting the Green in Asset Management

Asset Management and Stormwater are two topics that rarely come together and yet seems like they would be such a natural fit. The ISO 55000 Asset Management Standard applies to both intangible and tangible assets, so why not natural and built? Can we apply Asset Management principles to Mother Nature? Yes, through Green Infrastructure. Read this article to learn more...
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January 21, 2021

Beyond A Project Model: Why You Need a Sewer / Storm Master Database

For years, engineer and planning teams have used hydraulic and hydrologic models to adjust and plan for long term changes to the system. Many times, when the core project of the model is completed the model is left without updates for long periods of time. Now utilities and engineering firms are using interconnected modeling databases to support ongoing planning, operations, and real-time system management. The status quo is changing, read this article to learn more:
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