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Monday, November 9 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Paving Cut Management using ArcGIS Online

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Jim Wysor, The Metropolitan District

The Metropolitan District Commission (MDC) is a regional water and sewer company that maintains 1,365 miles of sanitary sewer mains and 1,578 miles of water mains. With this much infrastructure, it is inevitable that repairs will be needed. When a repair occurs, the street and/or a sidewalk needs to be cut so crews can access the pipe or fitting. The cut can be an inconvenience and an eye sore for a property owner as well as make for a less than smooth driving experience on roads. With repairs constantly being made, there are a large number of paving cuts that must be tracked and managed. The MDC is using ArcGIS Online to manage this work. Prior to this, paving cuts were managed by hand using paper forms and maps that resulted in cuts being forgotten, difficulties tracking work progress and a tedious and time consuming management process. By embracing ArcGIS Online, the MDC can now track the progress of paving cut work in near real time, allow contractors to update their schedule in a timely fashion and allow others in the organization to view the status of any paving cut at any time leading to better customer service.

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Jim Wysor

Metropolitan District Commission


Monday November 9, 2015 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Lake Champlain A

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