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So, your bi-annual road ratings have been updated and sent to WISLR – now what? Your road ratings can be an extremely valuable tool and can be the catalyst for development of strategic, long-term planning efforts. By evaluating current and historical rating data compared to yearly road maintenance efforts within your community, you’ll gain valuable insight into whether your road program is on the right track. Your road system is your most valuable asset, so understanding its current value and how to increase that value is a key component to comprehensive planning.
Utilizing updated road ratings and available WISLR data to evaluate the condition of your road system.
How WISLR data can drive long-term pavement improvement forecasting and development of comprehensive CIPs.
Insights into the asset value of a road system and how to maximize the costs of long-term maintenance.
Is your municipality thinking about a land-based solar project? Many Wisconsin municipalities are considering the potential for developing a solar project to supply operation and/or local power needs. The time is right – at least five Wisconsin cities have already embraced a 100% renewable energy goal. Municipalities throughout the Midwest are considering where they can develop a solar project to benefit their community and to demonstrate their own commitment to clean energy. If you are considering whether to develop a solar project to benefit your community, knowing the key steps involved in site selection will be important and save you time and money.
The basics of land-based site selection for a project.
Site evaluation guidance.
Where to find project development assistance.
Available funding resources.
SCADA systems are a vital tool to the day to day operations of water and wastewater utilities. Being educated on the latest SCADA hardware and software will allow you to better plan for the future of your systems so you can maximize efficiency and return on investment.
Attend this can't-miss webinar to learn from expert thought-leaders about emerging trends and planning for the future of SCADA. We’ll explain the latest SCADA technologies and trends that will drive the water and wastewater industry forward.
Remote System Access
Modern Design Techniques
Cloud-based SCADA Systems
SCADA and GIS
Waterways are the pride and joy of many municipalities and contribute to the quality of life for residents and business owners. There are numerous approaches to not only beautify waterway features and improve water quality, but also allow a municipality to show progress towards MS4 or TMDL compliance.
Having knowledge of the latest regulations and maintenance techniques is the first step in enhancing your community’s waterways. Evaluating funding strategies and navigating the permitting process is the next step. Join us for this seminar for a collection of case studies involving: streambank restoration, pond dredging, small dam permitting, and boat launches.
Types of Waterway Enhancements
Starting an asset management initiative doesn’t have to be daunting. We’ll explain how using a phased approach over time will let you start simple and efficiently build upon your program as you go. Whether you currently use file cabinets, or an advanced GIS system, we’ll demonstrate how your community can utilize asset management to leverage your data to make better decisions.
Municipalities face an ongoing challenge in finding affordable, fair, reliable, and politically popular funding tools for infrastructure. Municipal department heads and finance directors must navigate trade-offs to find the best fit for their community’s needs. This webinar will help you respond to commonly faced funding problems and highlight a variety of manageable options and resources for quality infrastructure funding.
As storm water management requirements become more stringent, the need for strategic, long-term storm water management planning increases. Watch this video to learn about partnership and planning strategies that can help make storm water management more cost-effective.
Imagine if you could log inspections, flag repairs, visualize problem areas, and access historical data while in the field. Watch this video to learn how you can empower your community to work smarter by managing your infrastructure accurately with useful, web-based asset management you can access on any device.
Watch this video to learn how municipalities of all sizes are benefiting from LED lighting. Explore how standardizing on LED lighting and converting older lighting systems to LED can significantly reduce your municipality’s energy and maintenance costs – not to mention improve safety for your citizens.
Municipalities often feel stressed about determining where their infrastructure spending should be allocated. Watch this video to learn how a long-range capital improvement plan (CIP) balanced with an infrastructure and operations review will help guide where and when spending should occur.
Utilities need rates sized right to keep the lights on and invest in infrastructure. Attend this webinar to learn how utilities can provide high-quality service both now, and in the future, while still making service affordable for all customers.
There are many hurdles that must be overcome to plan, organize, permit, and fund your infrastructure expansions to create a new business park. Watch this video to get ahead of the game through proactive planning so that your next park is ready for business.
Inspecting and digitally tracking the components of a storm water system in GIS provides instant access to system information when needed for maintenance, planning, report generation, and permitting. Learn how you can benefit by tracking, inspecting, and maintaining your individual components of their storm water systems in GIS.