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“Accela allows us to be more strategic with our investments. For infrastructure improvement,
we used to do it just on the age of the pipe and that’s not very strategic. Now, we’re leveraging this information to see where
our worst spots are, and we’ll repair those first so we can enhance the life of our existing materials.”

Stephen Gay
Utilities Operations Manager,
Westminster, Colorado

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Water Distribution Systems

Provide access to clean, safe water for your community

With increasing pressure to respond to ever-changing regulation and protect clean water resources for your community, reliable and comprehensive asset management has never been more crucial. Accela Asset Management provides an integrated asset management and work order solution to strategically manage your infrastructure assets, provide high levels of customer service and minimize wastewater blockages that lead to service disruptions.

With Accela Asset Management, you can:

  • Track and maintain a comprehensive asset inventory, including a lifetime history of parts inventory, preventative maintenance and condition assessments
  • Monitor service requests from inception to completion
  • Monitor key performance indicators in real-time from a mobile device
  • Capture data from system pressure and water quality testing


Leverage work order templates to pre-populate standard details for routine, repetitive jobs, or extract and export key data quickly and easily to a spreadsheet in the office or in the field.


Use GIS data to inventory your assets, perform condition assessments and create prioritized work orders.


Manage asset information including attributes, cost, value, location and maintenance history. Perform intelligent maintenance analysis and create preventative maintenance schedules configured against a single water line or your entire system.


Comply with agency-specific or industry reporting requirements with flexible reporting tools.


Rank and prioritize cleaning and maintenance activities based on critical need, and assess the consequences of failure or disruption.