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Tuesday, November 10 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Sewer and Stormwater Asset Migration to ESRI's LGIM

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Jessica Gooch*, City of Portland, ME; Justin Futia, City of Portland

In 2015 the City of Portland’s Water Resources Department completed the migration of their sewer and stormwater assets to ESRI’s Local Government Information Model. This presentation will give an overview of the LGIM, the process that was used to convert the data and the benefits that the City has seen since the conversion. We will also include a brief overview of Attribute Assistant, Water Utility Network tools and Data Reviewer.

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Jessica Gooch

Asset & Information Manager, City of Portland, Maine
Hi there!!! I am currently the Asset and Information Manager for the City of Portland, ME Water Resources Division. I am currently working on integrating the City's GIS, CMMS and CCTV software to better manage all of our sewer and stormwater assets.



Tuesday November 10, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
VT Conference Room

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