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December 22, 2020 | David Totman

How Hard is it to Create an AMP?

Creating an Asset Management Plan (AMP) can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. Organizations with mature asset management programs typically have very complex AMPs and yet smaller organizations have gotten away with not using one at all but with the passing of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) for Community Water Systems serving drinking water to populations greater than 3,300 you kind of need one, now. Read this article to learn more about developing an AMP that fulfills the requirements of your organization...
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December 22, 2020 | Allison Keir

Are Your Asset Management Services Competitive? Knowing These 5 Questions will Set You Apart.

Aging water and wastewater infrastructures are rapidly deteriorating in most cities, accelerating the need for water utilities to upgrade their asset management plans. To remain competitive in the current climate, engineering and consulting firms have to consistently reevaluate and improve their asset management practices. Read this article to learn how engineering firms can offer top quality asset management engineering services to large and small water utilities...
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August 17, 2021 | Tony Andrews

How Contractors Maximise Productivity and Efficiency

In many regions contractors and sub-contractors carry out essential work on behalf of water utilities to safely refurbish, repair, and maintain assets in the field. Increasing the importance of an efficient workflow between all parties to share the status of their water and wastewater assets with maintenance crews, consultants, and contractors. Transferring and updating data from the field, can oftentimes take too long using manual or older systems and be outdated or inaccurate by the time it gets to the office. To learn how these supply chain partners can improve efficiency and ultimately save in costs, read this blog...
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