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Archive for August, 2010

Smarter Streets: Case Studies for Cities and Utilities – Learn How the City of Baltimore and Washington Gas Reduced Costs

2010/08/30
In the City of Baltimore, the decades-old infrastructure consists of 2,000 miles of roads, 300 bridges and culverts, 7,600 miles of water pipes, storm water drains and wastewater lines, and 3.7 million feet of conduit. Washington Gas serves more than one million residential, commercial and industrial customers throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. What they have in common are significant challenges working in the Right of Way.
Join us for a complimentary and informative webinar on Wednesday, September 15, and hear two case studies on new technology deployed by utility companies and government agencies to manage real-time, coordinated planning of repairs to aging infrastructure.
This web-based, centralized, map-driven technology provides for the timely exchange and coordination of construction and maintenance projects online while:
• Reducing construction and paving costs
• Providing better information with which to make operational decisions
• Avoiding the headaches of poorly timed projects and the resulting cost overruns
• Solving the problem of paving streets shortly before a series of planned utility cuts
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In the City of Baltimore, the decades-old infrastructure consists of 2,000 miles of roads, 300 bridges and culverts, 7,600 miles of water pipes, storm water drains and wastewater lines, and 3.7 million feet of conduit. Washington Gas serves more than one million residential, commercial and industrial customers throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. What they have in common are significant challenges working in the Right of Way.
Join us for a complimentary and informative webinar on Wednesday, September 15, and hear two case studies on new technology deployed by utility companies and government agencies to manage real-time, coordinated planning of repairs to aging infrastructure.
This web-based, centralized, map-driven technology provides for the timely exchange and coordination of construction and maintenance projects online while:
• Reducing construction and paving costs• Providing better information with which to make operational decisions• Avoiding the headaches of poorly timed projects and the resulting cost overruns• Solving the problem of paving streets shortly before a series of planned utility cuts

REGISTER NOW

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