October 9, 2019; Berne; New Asset Management Programs: Requirements for Funding & Permitting

Asset Management Planning with emphasis on Technical Asset Maintenance Planning. Be ready for your State Revolving Fund or USDA Rural Development loan and learn the importance of having an Asset Management Plan (AMP), where to get the information needed, and tools to help you develop and implement your AMP.

Asset management planning supports cost-effective, proactive decision-making, incorporating operation and maintenance and capital improvement planning to replace/upgrade utility assets. Having an AMP is not only good practice, but asset management planning is also a requirement for obtaining financing through the SRF and USDA-RD. In this training you will learn about asset management planning and work through the technical portion of an AMP to earmark components that are critical to the utility, components that need repaired, and schedule and track regular maintenance.

What is an Asset Management Plan (AMP).
Where do you get the information required for an AMP.
Develop a technical portion of an AMP.
Leave with tools to start your own AMP.
How an AMP assists in the IDEM permitting process.
How you can achieve AMP results independently.

NOTE: IRWA will extend member rate registration on this workshop to InAWWA members as we continue to serve on and collaborate with their Education and Small Systems Committees.
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