For water, wastewater and storm water utilities, a geographic information system (GIS) can be a invaluable tool enabling planners, operators, engineers and utility managers to capture, manage, analyze and display all forms of geographically referenced data.
For water, wastewater and storm water utilities, a geographic information system (GIS) can be a invaluable tool enabling planners, operators, engineers and utility managers to capture, manage, analyze and display all forms of geographically referenced data. Best-in-class utilities put GiS to work linking key physical characteristic and condition data with maps. The GIS provides access to a comprehensive database that greatly improves the ability to make informed decisions on maintenance and capital planning. A robust GIS tool enables you to more effectively manage your vital water and wastewater assets.
Enhance your GIS
Wachs Water Services enhances the GIS so it provides immediate access to all your critical asset attributes, defect photographs, inspection videos and condition data on your laptop computer. Visualize field crews researching maps, as-builts, tie cards and current condition data in the field in real time. managing water and wastewater assets using a GIS containing both static (size, material, and location) and dynamic (operating, maintenance, structural condition, water quality, pressure) data saves utilities time and money and improves asset performance through more effective planning.
Our Unique Approach
Wachs Water Services is a leading provider of buried asset inventory and condition assessment data for water, wastewater, and storm water systems. Utilizing state-of- the-art technologies, we quickly and cost-effectively collect and process data for condition assessment, modeling and asset management, providing a powerful, dynamic GIS tool that supports all utility functions for improving system performance. By incorporating both static physical and actual condition data into the utility’s GIS system, managers can schedule daily activities and also plan for short and long- term maintenance and capital needs.
Wachs Water Services delivers GiS data in an easily understood, readily-shared format that can be used for hydraulic modeling, flow tracing, emergency management, facilities management and other highly sophisticated planning and operational uses.
Wachs Water Services is the leading provider of water distribution system asset management solutions that significantly improve efficiency and network control. Our specialized approach combines condition assessment and rehabilitation services for valves, hydrants and water mains with the capture and integration of critical water asset GIS information. We provide the expertise, equipment and personnel to locate, assess, operate and document virtually any water asset.