The ITpipes platform update integrates even tighter with GIS, streamlines asset management integration, and provides faster updates to ensure your pipe inspection management and data analytics are ready to go!
ITpipes is pleased to announce that it has received certification for the NASSCO® Lateral Assessment Certification Program (LACP®), Version 7.0. After completing, meeting and passing the review and requirements to mitigate inspection inconsistencies in the lateral inspection process, this certification demonstrates that ITpipes meets all requirements for NASSCO LACP inspections. The process for becoming LACP
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We love this interview from Luke Laggis, Municipal Sewer & Water, with our founder! If you know CoriCriss, shes passionate about so many things and asset condition assessment is just one of her interests! In this article she gives background on how inspection data can easily turn into actionable intelligence using the latest ITpipes platform
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Sewer monsters? Red Balloons? Clowns? Ducks? Interested in ITpipes SWAG? Over the years we’ve seen all kinds of creatures in the sewer/storm drains and if you’ve got them, we want them! We’ve seen pigeons, crocodiles, ducks, and of course that wonderful dog rescue video from City of Fort Worth! So, this is the newest way
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The City of Monrovia implemented a pipeline inspection program using ArcGIS Online and ITpipes Web to show incoming inspection locations, assign new work, and progress tracking for each contractor. Learn how they were able to gain actionable intelligence for decision making on pipe inspection rehabilitation and planning. This 45 minute video showcases the following: Introduction
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Matt Timberlake of Ted Berry Company, an ITpipes client, recently shared his thoughts on maximizing the value and benefit of your utility’s buried assets. This is a great article with insight and questions to consider for assessment programs and pipe inspections programs. What pipes need continual inspection and how am I going to pay for
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Hillsborough, NH, Cuts Flow to the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Half With Effective Pipeline Inspection Management The Town of Hillsborough, New Hampshire, has prioritized the maintenance of their aging wastewater collection system, which includes 19 miles of pipeline, 2 pump stations, and a lagoon wastewater treatment system. Following Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) regulations and using a sophisticated but user-friendly pipeline inspection management
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Note: The City of Bangor uses ITpipes in their mobile units, with ESRI GIS mapping integration. Jerry Linscott doesn’t know where along the city’s 150 miles of underground sewers the next lightpost-swallowing sinkhole will be. But on Friday, he checked one spot off the list: The line under Penobscot Street near John Bapst High
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Tackling dirty jobs with DIS and ITpipes software. You keep your pipeline infrastructure in tip-top shape when you have this incentive in your backyard. That is exactly what Colorado Springs Utilities does for over 130,000 customers every day. How does CSU do it? They do it with their great effort, by working closely with Dawson Infrastructure
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ITpipes attends many conferences around the nation – to see where we’re at next, check out this page! Any “current” conferences we’re at will be listed below. Any upcoming conferences, click here to see! Current Conferences
We love this article by Matt Timberlake with the Ted Berry Company! Ted Berry moved to ITpipes in early 2010 and runs ITpipes with mobile inspection units as well as with their “ninja nerds” data team! If your in Maine and need pipe inspection management help, contact Ted Berry here! Pipeline Inspection Management: Not Just
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We’re excited to showcase our latest ESRI Webinar here! This 30 minute video shows how ITpipes and ArcGIS Online are helping Kansas City contractors and engineers to effectively manage their inspection program. ITpipes and Ace Pipe Cleaning showcase and discuss how Kansas City is able to use maps as the basis for inspection management, share maps
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Fort Worth Water Department Sees Quick ROI after Deploying ITpipes Inspections Solution By Darrell Gadberry, Regulatory and Environmental Coordinator and Mark Shell, IT Business Systems Coordinator With more than 3,050 miles of sewer and eight closed-circuit television (CCTV) crews, Fort Worth Water Department (FTWWD) maintains two comprehensive sewer inspection programs. These programs—the Sanitary Sewer Condition
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The city of Fort Worth is in the fourth year of a multi-year program with the goal of inspecting all of its large-diameter sanitary sewer lines, grading their condition in order to schedule needed repairs and rehabilitation, and addressing the most critical needs first. (A separate program addresses smaller-diameter pipes.) The Fort Worth Interceptor Condition
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Healdsburg uses ESRI & ITpipes! Check out this article in ESRI’s Water/Wastewater Newsletter. It shows how the City of Healdsburg uses ITpipes to streamline repair tasks and create capital improvement projects! This informative article is written by Joshua Damron, Engineering Technician, at the City of Healdsburg. The article outlines how they are using ESRI to identify their
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Interactive Pipe Inspection (IPI) is building an impressive record of complex inspections of pipe submerged under water. Last year, Underground Construction magazine reported on projects for King County, WA, in which IPI inspected more than 50,000 feet of sanitary sewer lines beneath two lakes. Following that project, IPI inspected 8,700 linear feet of the fully
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Ross Brown joins ITpipes! Infrastructure Technologies announced today that industry veteran Ross Brown has joined the firm to further develop the growing portfolio of regional accounts. Ross will work closely with I.T. implementation partners and clients to provide ITpipes software and consulting services. Ross joins Infrastructure Technologies as a Regional Consultant with a wealth of experience in the stormwater and wastewater industry. Ross spent the last 9 years
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The Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) of Knoxville, Tenn., is engaged in an assertive program to renew its wastewater infrastructure. The effort consists of a two-pronged attack. The first focuses on system enhancement, rehabilitation and replacement. The second concentrates on operating and maintaining the system, including an emphasis on effective root control. You can see the
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Alexander City is located in central Alabama, midway between Birmingham and Montgomery. The Tallapoosa River runs nearby and feeds Lake Martin, a major resource for recreation and fishing. With 440,000 acres of water and close to 750 miles of shoreline, it looks like a Norwegian fjord. Problems with I&I and SSOs could threaten its water
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Technology upgrades and targeted maintenance have helped Alexander City reduce SSOs by 50 percent over the past two years. Alexander City is located in central Alabama, midway between Birmingham and Montgomery. The Tallapoosa River runs nearby and feeds Lake Martin, a major resource for recreation and fishing. With 440,000 acres of water and close to
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