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November 25, 2020 | Allison Keir

Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems: A Fresh Approach

In the last five years sustainability has quickly become a major development in urban drainage design, across the globe. For years, engineers have been experiencing the limitations of traditional pipe, pit and tank drainage. Traditional “gray” infrastructure is effective, but is also costly and disruptive to natural environments, plus deteriorating assets require constant maintenance. Now, they are looking for a more flexible, sustainable approach.
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December 30, 2020 | Allison Keir

Looking Ahead To 2021

With 2021 nearly here, we’d like to share what’s in store for the year to come as it relates to Asset Management, Digital Twins, and Artificial Intelligence. Utilities historically have struggled with reactive maintenance and how to respond to events, such as water main breaks and pipe failures. 2020 was a year in which we continued to help our clients understand that reactive at the last minute can be costly and comes with its own set of risks. Read this article learn more about what lies ahead...
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February 26, 2021 | David Totman

The Forgotten Step of Criticality

In this era of amazing new technologies, there are still some organizations out there, forgetting at times the important asset management step of defining critical assets. But most utilities and municipalities cannot afford to visit and assess every foot of their entire system. To learn about some quick tips on prioritizing critical assets read this blog...
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July 6, 2021 | David Fortune

Do You Make These Mistakes in Hydraulic Modeling?

Learn more about how InfoWorks ICM and WSPro can help water-distribution, stormwater and wastewater professionals achieve success with hydraulic modeling projects and bypass making the same mistakes over and over again, read this blog...
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