Maintenance

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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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