Innovative Asset Management Approach to Prioritize Capital Improvement Projects

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Most public utilities routinely develop, or update, their Capital Improvement Plans (CIP) to project facility needs, identify discrete projects, estimate costs, and prioritize capital expenditures to keep up with the changing facility needs based on changes in land-use, demographics, environmental mandates, or any number of other factors affecting a utility. The CIP is the critical outcome of the longer term project planning process.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2006

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