Maintenance

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    Using mobile technology to manage park assets

    Las Vegas builds the foundation for a tool that lets Web site visitors find and reserve their ideal getaway location.

     
  • Marine masters

    Water and wastewater managers negotiate underwater engineering services to extend asset life, avert regulatory violations, and increase operational efficiency.

     
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    Web Extras 12/1/2010

    Click here for a lighting slideshow, an iPad Operations Manual video, and additional content from this month's issue!

     
  • Waukesha, Wisconsin chooses VUEWorks for GIS-Integrated Asset Management

     
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    Masters of integration

    Preparing for life after build-out, a combined water/wastewater utility maximizes supply by piggybacking on an airport expansion.

     
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    Winner pays all

    Reverse auctions were all the rage before the recession, but then — nothing. What happened?

     
  • Oklahoma Awards Contract for Integrated Fleet Management Automatic Vehicle Location

     
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    Control Freaks

    How'd you like to treat your street-lighting system as a control network rather than a collection of electrical circuits? The recent coming of age of specialized networking hardware and control software has made such an approach not only feasible, but also economical and relatively easy to install.

     
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    Independent Operators

     
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    Restricted Access

    Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) combine information and communications technologies with vehicles and infrastructure to improve traffic routing and travel times, and trim fuel consumption. 

     
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    Featuring: American Public Works Association Convention Exhibitors

     
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    Help Wanted

    Bridge the gap between what your operation can afford and what it must accomplish.

     
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    Iron Constitution

    One of the nation's largest tipping floors cuts repair time in half.

     
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    Breaking down the barriers

    Three Southeastern communities morph street centerline projects into interdepartmental and, in some cases, intergovernmental asset management programs.

     
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    Putting it All Together

    Nonresidential construction is expected to increase 5% this year and 4% next year according to some sources, and the 2008 Outlook—our annual survey of public works budget expectations mirrors these expectations.

     
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    Sewer Spelunkers

    A New Jersey maintenance team saves taxpayers $80,000 a year by bringing inspection in-house

     
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    Water main accessories

    The latest in water main accessories.

     
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    Software streamlines California water agency

    GBA Master Systems software allow public water officials to deftly hurdle obstacles.

     
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    Signs of success

    Implementing an automated asset management system can be overwhelming for any organization, regardless of its size or number of assets. For the Wisconsin DOT(WisDOT), implementing a new sign management process was a major undertaking that delivered many benefits.

     
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    High-tech systems monitor fuel use

    In these days of high fuel costs, it's important to know how well your fleet is doing with respect to fuel mileage and use. A good fuel management system can help you do that. You can identify vehicles that are not getting good fuel mileage, and you can use the mileage information to schedule...

     
 
 
 
 

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