When it comes to infrastructure, proactive and informed decision-making can make a big financial difference for a municipality’s budget.
WithersRavenel offers a proven approach for such an optimized investment strategy that can be achieved by overlaying multiple life cycle model outputs for all infrastructure contained within a geographic area. We call it CommonCorridor™.
For instance, you may have repaved community streets with critical investment money only to discover a year later that utilities work would require tearing up those very streets. Adopting CommonCorridor™ aims to remedy a common problem faced by public clients.
As more funding has become available through legislation putting money into the hands of states and local communities, making the most of these dollars is vital.
To discuss these issues, WithersRavenel and Brightly Software are hosting a live panel discussion with Strategic Asset Management experts at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday, Sept. 21.
The aim of this free webinar is to help participants learn:
How to optimize investments across multiple infrastructure classes
How to align level of service, stakeholders, and projects across departments
How to reduce risk across all infrastructure assets
The virtual session, which is eligible for 1 professional development hour (PDH) for continuing education, is moderated by Jed Byrne of WithersRavenel’s Business Development team.
The four panelists include Brandon Inscore, GISP, WithersRavenel Director of Asset Management; Steve Lander, PE, Director of Pavement Management at WithersRavenel; Rod Lovely, IAM, WithersRavenel Senior Asset Management Technical Consultant; and Luke Anderson, Enterprise Solutions Consultant at Brightly Software.
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