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Remote Facility Infrastructure Condition Inspections and Subsequent Integration Into the City of St. Petersburg's Asset Management Program

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The City of St. Petersburg (City) initiated an asset management program to assist in documenting asset condition, criticality, and risk; provide data and justification to develop repair and replacement (R&R) funding needs; and support knowledge transfer between employees. This project focused on remote sites including the City's 84 lift stations, four stormwater pump stations, and six alum chemical feed systems. Rigorous condition inspections were performed at all facilities and included non-destructive testing using infrared thermography.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2012

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