Escape from 20 Years of Data Management Purgatory
The City of Duncanville, Texas provides water and wastewater services to 38,000+ citizens. The City had abundant data about the water system. But when pipes failed, accessing this data was problematic.
Working with the City, engineers from Burgess & Niple took information from historical sanitary sewer evaluation surveys and developed a program to direct future pipeline inspections. This program also helped Duncanville select an appropriate pipeline renewal/replacement method and recommend a pipeline testing method based on certain pipeline physical criteria.
Join B&N’s David Koberlein as he walks through the process and discusses the asset management approach that resulted in a more efficient system for maintenance, operation and removal.