Capital Improvement Plans

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08/27/2019 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Capital Improvement Plans

Holiday Inn Express
Address: 2240 Hilltop Drive • Redding CA 96002

Capital Improvement Plans

For any water utility, even a very small water system, the management of assets (i.e., water tanks, pumps, computers, buildings etc.) plays a significant role in the overall financial performance and the sustainability of the water system. With proper planning, emergencies can be avoided and overall costs will be reduced.  

 

A Capital Improvement Plan prioritizes the replacement or installation of infrastructure assets. It includes the forecasting and budgeting of capital outlay and is an integral part of the budgeting and rate-setting process for even very small water systems.

 

This workshop qualifies for 0.6 CEUs.

 

Workshop agenda:

  • What is a CIP
  • Why does a water system need a CIP
  • 8 Elements of a CIP
  • 9 Criteria for Prioritizing
  • Updating a CIP
  • RCAC’s CIP Model

Register online at: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=1850

 

For registration questions, contact:

registration@rcac.org • (916) 447-9832;1429

For more information regarding workshop content, contact: Katrina Hiott at khiott@rcac.org(916) 447-9832 ext. 1088

 

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