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02/26/13 Practical Asset Mgmt: Best Practices for Small & Large Systems (Springfield, IL) IEPA#6786
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02/26/13 Practical Asset Mgmt: Best Practices for Small & Large Systems (Springfield, IL) IEPA#6786

When: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Registration at 7:30 am
Where: City Water, Light and Power
200 E Lake Shore Drive
Springfield, Illinois  62712
United States
Contact: Lisa Hoffhines

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Practical Asset Management: Best Practices for Small and Large Water Systems


SUMMARY: This seminar will share asset management best practices that are applicable to small and large water systems. If one were to ask 100 water people, "what is asset management?” you would likely get 100 unique and different responses. We will define in straightforward terms what is asset management for water distribution systems, and share specific strategies to simplify processes, realize operational efficiencies and save you money. This will include an examination of the ten steps of Asset Management, case studies of agencies that have been successful in their implementation of Asset Management, and tangible and practical strategies to jump start and develop your Asset Management program. Additionally, we will review and discuss the efficacy and implementation of business systems for asset management, including C.U.P.S.S. (Check Up Program for Small Systems), GIS and CMMS platforms.


  1. Define Asset Management and provide a practical overview of the principles and concepts of the ten steps of Asset Management.
  2. Share case studies that detail proven Asset Management best practices that can be applied immediately in any agency (both small and large).
  3. Discuss the most common Asset Management business systems, including the use of the FREE C.U.P.S.S. program, GIS and CMMS platforms.
  4. Review Asset Management Strategies and Models, and discuss practical startup approaches for participants.
PRESENTER: Paul Schumi, Wachs Water Services
Mr. Schumi is the National Sales Manager for Wachs Water Services.  He specializes in water distribution system asset management and sustainability programs.  He has worked to implement valve, hydrant, water loss and pipeline condition assessment programs across the U.S., including recent projects in Phoenix, Louisville, Kansas City KS and many other communities.  He is an active member of the AWWA, participates on numerous committees, and leads the ISAWWA New Products Committee.

Registration begins at 7:30am. The training will start at 8:00am and will conclude by 12:00pm. Earn up to 4 PDH’s or RTC hours. Continental breakfast will be included.

Early Bird Registration: $35.00 Illinois Section AWWA Members • $45.00 for non members
Onsite Registration: $55.00 Illinois Section AWWA Members • $65.00 for non members




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