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How accurate are your utilities records and maps? When were they last updated?

 

What is GIS and why is it important?

Asset Map

A geographic information system (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geograph-ically referenced information. GIS allows us to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports, and charts. It organizes your information so that management can more effectively manage.

 

 
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Asset Management Service

Asset Map
Data Collection Includes the location and age in most cases of:
Valves, Meters, Manholes, Lift Stations, PRV's, Hydrants and much more!

Data provided at Sub Meter Accuracy

Providing accurate inventories of utility assets utilizing "State of the Art" GPS Equipment & Sophisticated GIS Software
  

Critical Asset Management

Let the Alabama Rural Water Association (ARWA) help you manage your utility's critical assets in the field.

Utilizing "State of the Art" GPS Equipment and the latest in GIS Software, the ARWA can create a database inventory of all of your critical assets which will allow you to track the age, in most cases of your critical components, to make replacement cost projections, and to better manage your utility with the utmost efficiency.

The ARWA has personnel with over ten years experience in data collection and management. ARWA services will not be rendered by a licensed surveyor. The ARWA does not offer this service as a licensed surveyor or professional engineer.

Asset Map
Data Collection Includes the location and age in most cases of:
Valves, Meters, Manholes, Lift Stations, PRV's, Hydrants and much more!

Data provided at Sub Meter Accuracy

The ARWA Can provide Your
Utility with:

  • Complete Critical Component Information
  • Accurate Paper Maps
  • Map Books
  • Electronic Data
  • GIS Data Viewer
  • Data Updates
  • Data Maintenance
  • Accurate Inventory

  
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The dollars you save in replacement costs and more efficient management can help you meet budget deficits and build the reserve accounts necessary for operational needs or emergency situations.
 

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