Becca Ruffin shares insights on asset management planning at upcoming conference
Ask yourself, do you know the state of your community’s assets? Which of your infrastructure assets are most critical, and what would happen if they failed? How much money do you need to fund your program?
It is often said that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. However, attention to a growing problem can often come too late, especially in asset management. WithersRavenel and the City of Kannapolis will display the importance of having a preventative plan in place for your infrastructure at the upcoming Illuminate conference, presented by Brightly.
“Plan the Work, Work the Plan: An Asset Management Case Study with Kannapolis, North Carolina,” will be presented on March 13 and showcase how the City of Kannapolis was able to build a strong asset management foundation through the incorporation of lifecycle planning into its program. The presentation will be led by Becca Ruffin, Product Manager – Innovation, for WithersRavenel.
Becca is a curious, bold, and collaborative Product Manager focused on asset management. She has served local government with her data-driven approach for more than seven years. Becca now helps asset owners discover new and improved ways to manage their infrastructure and reduce the overall cost of ownership.
City of Kannapolis Assistant City Manager, Wilmer Melton III will join Becca for the webinar. Wilmer is responsible for the Customer Service, Engineering, Planning, Transportation & Environmental Services, and Water Resources Departments.
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