Municipal and utility companies have hundreds and even thousands of assets that need to be managed as cities continue to grow. Fluctuations in the useful life of these assets require budgets and project resources to constantly change and the long term projects, typical of utility and municipal capital investment planning, have a huge impact on the quality of life for local people.
CIPAce™ provides useful predictive models which can identify, within a 3-to-5-year window, the type of asset renewal that will be required and provides cost saving justification for infrastructure investments. Close management of the schedule and operational impacts assists in the decision-making process.
San Antonio Water System
San Antonio Water System was created in May 1992 through the consolidation of the City Water Board, City Wastewater Department, and Alamo Water Conservation and Reuse District. Since formation, San Antonio has been recognized for its leadership in conservation and proactive waters supply management.
With an annual capital program of close to $400 millions, San Antonio Water System serves more than 1.6 million people, including 460,000 water customers and 411,000 wastewater customers.
Suez Water Technologies & Solutions has been working to provide access to essential environmental services like water, sanitation, waste collection and recovery activities for 160 years. Active on all five continents where it brings real world solutions to local customers, Suez’s 35,000 talented men and women are committed to shaping a sustainable environment. As a global leader on water and wastewater Infrastructure management, Suez utilizes CIPAce to manage its capital planning and budgeting process to assure its capital program aligns with utility companies long term business strategy. The powerful capital investment modeling capabilities of CIPAce™ allow Suez to effectively evaluate the financial and operational validity of each capital project and its entire capital programs.
Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District
EVMWD, a public non-profit agency, was created on December 23, 1950 under the Municipal Water District Act of 1911. As a special district, EVMWD’s powers include provision of public water service, water supply development and planning, wastewater treatment and disposal, and recycling. Currently, the district has over 42,000 water, wastewater and agricultural service connections.
EVMWD is a sub agency of the Western Municipal Water District, a member agency of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
The CIPAce™ Advantage
- Maintain Master Plans for extensive project development
- Generate Optimization reports based on custom criteria (Resources, Environmental Impact, Safety Impact, Legal Requirements)
- Automate Capital Program Management procedures
- Manage tasks across different projects, deadlines, resources, budgets and teams
- Allocate capital efficiently and effectively across the entire project portfolio
- Define, manage and track budgets and billing rates using predefined or customizable settings
- Streamline business activities, such as planning, bidding, contracting and invoicing
- Enable unification of fragmented information systems and workflows
- Enable geospatial mapping and analysis of capital projects
- Develop accurate cash flow projections so necessary for utility companies
- Obtain reports updated in real-time Manage project labor workloads.