Ross Brown joins Infrastructure Technologies!

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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Knoxville Utilities uses ITpipes to manage root control!

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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The Fog is Lifting!

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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ITpipes is MACP 6.0 Certified

Infrastructure Technologies is pleased to announce that ITpipes has received NASSCO MACP 6.0  certification.   Charles Prather and Bob Soltysik, working jointly on the certification process, were able to complete certification for ITpipes.  The MACP can be used stand-alone with the ITpipes core license (for manholes) or with the manhole module  as an add-on to the
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