Case Study

Kansas City Water Removes Guesswork On Asset Repair And Replacements

Source: Innovyze
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As is common with many North American utilities, the underground water and wastewater pipe network in Kansas City is aging while population and demand continue to grow. These aging assets have led to water main breaks, sinkholes, and, in some cases hastened the deterioration of adjacent assets not associated with the water system. Kansas City Water is also subject to a federal Consent Decree of $4B over a 25- year period to reduce wet-weather overflow volume from their sanitary sewer network.

This combination of factors drove the asset management team at Kansas City Water to develop and implement high-fidelity asset management plans with the goal of sound financial and environmental stewardship.

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