Freese and Nichols’ Asset Management Efforts Highlighted in Magazine
One of Freese and Nichols’ proven solutions for asset management is featured in the fall issue of NC Currents magazine.
Water/wastewater project managers Bryan Jann and Mazen Kawasmi write about the Interceptor Condition Assessment Program (ICAP), which uses multisensory technology to inspect pipelines and prioritize maintenance. In one implementation, it has saved a city more than $32 million in reduced cleaning costs or capital improvements.
NC Currents is published by the North Carolina American Water Works Association and North Carolina Water Environment Association (NC AWWA-WEA).
Read the full article: Technology Replaces Need to Clean Out Sewers for Inspections