From coast to coast, infrastructure owners are getting serious about modernizing their approach to asset and work management. Regardless of the size of the municipality, utility, or campus, we hear common issues when it comes to infrastructure management:
- We don’t have a reliable inventory of our infrastructure assets or spaces
- We don’t know the condition of those assets
- We’re using paper work orders to track our maintenance activity
- We wish we had better visibility on the true cost of our operations
- We wish we had a more efficient way to put together a data-driven budget proposal
These statements apply to pavement managers, water distribution and collection teams, park supervisors, facility managers, physical plant operators, and anyone else tasked with the challenge of operating and maintaining their infrastructure assets.
Hundreds of cities, counties, universities, utilities, and parks use Cartegraph’s solutions to address these issues head-on. Throughout the challenges of 2020, we worked together to empower crews to complete work while remaining physically distanced, track the cost of COVID-19 response activities for CARES and FEMA reimbursement, and leverage operations data for critical budget prioritization exercises. We are honored to be trusted to do this work and want to thank our customers for choosing us as their continued partner in operations management.
We also welcomed more than 80 organizations to the Cartegraph family this year, including the following:
Los Angeles, CA
They may be #2 in the U.S (for population), but they’re #1 in our hearts. The Los Angeles Street Services team is streamlining the way they manage over 8,500 centerline miles of pavement: moving from a complex paper-based workflow to an efficient process with a central database.
Who says you need to be a large city to invest in infrastructure management? With 600 people and less than a one square mile, Hokah is small but mighty. Their main user wears multiple hats and wanted to create a reliable inventory of their infrastructure assets in one place.
San Bernardino County, CA
The largest county in the U.S. by area, San Bernardino has hundreds of thousands of assets to manage. They’re modernizing their operations and moving away from paper work orders to get better visibility on the true cost of their operations and build a foundation for data-driven infrastructure management.
Laramie County, WY
After a failed implementation with a different asset management vendor, Laramie County was looking for a partner with a better track record. Based on recommendations of several happily-implemented customers, they chose Cartegraph. With just over 29,000 residents, they’re the smallest county we teamed up with this year—and one of the most forward-thinking.
Virginia Beach, VA
This beautiful coastal community was looking to replace a highly customized legacy asset management system that was difficult to update. They were pleased to see Cartegraph’s ease-of-use, powerful configuration capabilities, seamless GIS integration, user-friendly mobile tools, and proactive planning tools to guide infrastructure plans.
The COVID-19 pandemic inspired this Midwest community to replace their paper work orders with a mobile app. They're leveraging CARES funding to help their crews remain socially distanced while still getting work done.
City of Canton and Canton Township, OH
The City of Canton put out an asset management RFP in conjunction with Stark County, which included a piggyback clause for any other municipality in the county. Canton chose Cartegraph. Ultimately, the township followed suit, leading to a Canton double take in the Buckeye State.
Oregon State University
The largest university in the state, OSU was seeking a central space management solution to provide a definitive view of their 648 buildings and over 10M gross square feet. They chose Cartegraph for the way it connects with GIS and other systems, the map-based interface, and the user-friendly tools.
Thank you for choosing to partner with Cartegraph. We look forward to working with you for many years to come. Bring on 2021!