Improving the Operations and Maintenance of Wastewater Infrastructure with Knowledge Management Systems

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Challenges
Fort Campbell, Kentucky is an active military facility that serves a dynamic population of up to 50,000 military and civilian personnel. The collection system assets include a 5 MGD treatment plant, 79 pump stations, 100 miles of gravity and force main sewers, and over 100 miscellaneous structures including oil/water separators and grease traps. Like many communities – this infrastructure was commissioned over decades and records regarding the location, condition or history of each asset are inconsistent or incomplete. For example - recent field surveys demonstrated that the location of manholes shown in the system maps to be off by an average of more than 30-feet. Consequently – the value of the mapping was limited and much of the information required to operate, maintain, or improve the infrastructure existed as institutional knowledge with field and operations staff.

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