Building a safe, resilient, and sustainable community infrastructure for citizens is a priority for city managers. Public works teams are the life- blood for every community to maintain the critical infrastructure required to build a smart community.
Today managing infrastructure capital assets consists of minimizing the total cost of owning, operating, and maintaining assets at acceptable levels of service. Furthermore, each municipality, public works, or utility has the responsibility to provide sustainable services to their citizens while maintaining their assets in a cost-effective manner.
For more than 25 years, Cityworks has been Empowering GIS® for public works departments with innovative technology to effectively manage their capital assets, work activities, expense mitigation, and constituent expectations. Cityworks’ partnership with Esri® has been vital for more than two decades and focuses on serving municipalities and public agencies so they can maintain and build infrastructure vital to their communities. Cityworks is the original and leading GIS-centric public asset management software that will help you manage your public works.
Cityworks© is the proven and genuine GIS-centric asset management solution, combined with the power of ArcGIS© and its robust asset data management repository, to perform intelligent and cost-effective inspection, monitoring, and condition assessment. Considering the interdependencies of maintenance, operations, asset performance, environmental conditions, life cycle costs, and capital planning can prevent the replacement of many perfectly good assets with useful remaining life. Unnecessary replacement of useful assets can happen when using only age-based asset replacement recommendations.
Cityworks is inherently designed to help public works agencies leverage the comprehensive tools to move from reactive maintenance to a preventative and proactive asset management framework. Designed to help public works staff manage the myriad of mandates and regulatory requirements, Cityworks helps you leverage the inherent power and capabilities of the GIS through spatial analysis of work activities, mobile field operations, and analytics. Service requests, work orders, inspections, and projects are used to track citizen concerns and all types of work activities—cyclical or reactive—with their associated costs.