[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The District of Sechelt is a small community in British Columbia, Canada. It has a population of approximately 10,000 people and an area of 51 square kilometers—consisting of 200 kilometers of roads, 65 kilometers of...

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Managing vast amounts of critical infrastructure and capital assets is a challenging task for many public works departments. The City of Kitchener recently applied maintenance scores that improve project planning and prioritization by classifying the...

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Esri Canada congratulates the City of Lethbridge for winning the Cityworks Exemplary User Award at the recent Cityworks User Conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lethbridge implemented Cityworks software, based on Esri’s geographic information...

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On a quest to develop a strategic approach to asset management, the Town of Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada selected Cityworks to automate their asset management, enabling staff to learn about service requests within minutes, rather...

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The Cityworks client base in Canada has been growing especially well. We thought it would be fun to take a closer look at the variety of new clients on the Canadian front.   York Region,...

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With a population of just under 12,000, the Town of Rothesay, New Brunswick, borders Saint John and shares several facilities with neighboring municipalities. The town faces many of the same challenges experienced by small local...

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via Esri Canada Esri Canada is pleased to announce that Azteca Systems Inc. has received the top ranking in the 2012 Comparative Review of Municipal Maintenance and Infrastructure Asset Management Systems by the Water Finance...

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Municipalities throughout North America face growing challenges with the aging and deterioration of infrastructure assets, tight renewal budgets, rising demand levels, and compliance with new environmental and accounting regulations.  As a result, municipal leaders require...

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Four times a year, the City of Surrey, B.C. Canada, conducts “sector checks” during which field crews inspect assets along the city’s road network, recording any issues along the way. To better manage this time-intensive...

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The city of Surrey, British Columbia, spans 316 square kilometers, making it geographically one of the largest cities in Canada. Four times a year, the City conducts "sector checks" that require three field crews to...

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