Asset Management News

  1. Excellence In Operation And Design In Water Infrastructure Honored

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces the 2018 WEF Awards recipients for operational and design excellence. These awards recognize individuals and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to the water environment profession.

  2. Remote Sensing Company Opens Its Doors To San Diego

    Utilis Corp has cut the ribbon, officially opening their new United States based subsidiary, Utilis Inc, in San Diego. 

  3. iTracking: The Advent Of 'Smart' Wastewater Infrastructure Management

    The 700,000 miles of pipe and 20 million manholes that comprise America’s wastewater infrastructure network are aging and crumbling. Many of these systems were installed in the first half of the previous century.

  4. Polymer Vanes Last 3 Times As Long In Vacuum Rotary Pump

    Vanes made of the bearing polymer Hitemp 150 have lasted three times as long as traditional vanes in servicing company Septic Tanks (Pty) Ltd’s vacuum rotary pump, a Broom B35.

  5. XPV Water Partners Invests In Mobiltex Data Ltd

    XPV Water Partners, a growth equity investor focused on making investments in companies related to the treatment and management of the world’s water resources, announced recently that is has made a significant investment in Mobiltex Data Ltd, an internationally recognized leader in providing IoT products and services to monitor corrosion protection in pipelines and other critical distribution and storage infrastructure assets.

  6. Update To Columbus Water Master Plan Aims To Address Future Growth, Water Demand And Efficiency

    Arcadis and the City of Columbus are teaming to update the city’s Comprehensive Water Master Plan. Once complete, the plan will provide a roadmap for addressing new infrastructure, redundancy measures and needed enhancements to the city’s water distribution system, while accounting for projected population growth and economic development.

  7. $177 Million Job: Replacing Indiana’s Lead Service Lines

    Indiana American Water says it will cost $177 million over two decades to replace lead water service lines across the state.

  8. Congress Introduces Comprehensive Legislation To Advance Study And Deployment Of Composites In Infrastructure

    The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) is pleased to announce that both chambers of Congress have introduced new legislation that takes steps to comprehensively improve the resilience of our nation's energy grid, surface transportation and water infrastructure through the promotion of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites and advanced materials.

  9. NYC To Benefit From $1.2 Billion Tunnel Plan

    New York City officials unveiled a plan for a giant new water tunnel project this month intended to boost system resiliency.

  10. Azteca Systems Releases Cityworks 15.3

    Cityworks–Azteca Systems announced the release of Cityworks 15.3, the latest version of the company’s web GIS-centric platform for public asset management. The new release features significant enhancements to support apps that streamline the care of public infrastructure, permitting, and property.