Date: Thursday, April 14, 2022
SPONSORED WEBINAR provided by Pure Technologies, a Xylem Brand
More than 20 years of data collected by Xylem shows that most critical pipelines in the ground today are still in good condition. Most transmission mains and force mains can be managed indefinitely by using condition data to identify and address at-risk pipes while leveraging data to predict the future state of pipes and build defensible long-term management strategies for these assets. Taking this data-driven approach, utilities can maintain reliable infrastructure at the lowest possible cost of ownership.
WaterOne, a public water utility in Lenexa, Kansas, has more than 2,800 miles of critical water transmission infrastructure. Their master plan for these assets is informed by condition assessment data. Hear how this forward-thinking utility leveraged innovative technology to assess and influence management decisions about a critical ductile iron main in their water distribution system.
Attendees of this webinar will gain an understanding of how they can maintain pipeline integrity while reducing lifecycle costs by taking a data-driven pipeline management approach.
- John Galleher, Jr, P.E., M.ASCE, Vice President at Pure Technologies, a Xylem Brand
- Shaun Pietig, A.M.ASCE, Director of Distribution Engineering at WaterOne
- Alan Bair, P.E., Condition Assessment Engineer at Pure Technologies, a Xylem Brand