Webinar: How to Channel Your Sewer Data Into Actionable Insights

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Up to your eyeballs in sewer data, but struggling to harness that information into actionable insights or a strategic plan? You're not alone. Learn how the City of Plano team was able to clean up their "dirty" sewer inspection data, calculate asset conditions, perform a risk-based assessment, and more to prioritize their rehabilitation work and inspections.                                                                      

By attending this webinar, you'll uncover Plano's tips for:

  • Cleaning up data sources, identifying what's most important, and clearing the clutter
  • Integrating disparate solutions to better understand your sewer system
  • Proactively tracking, inspecting, and maintaining every sanitary sewer main
  • Using data to maximize your investments in people, technology, and infrastructure


  • Abby Owens | Public Works Strategic Planning and Compliance Manager with the City of Plano, TX

Abby Owens is the public works strategic planning and compliance manager for the City of Plano, Texas. Her interest in local government comes from a drive to work with residents to improve city services and programs. Abby has a passion for data analysis and problem-solving. She oversees the asset management programs and Cartegraph software implementation for the City of Plano Public Works Department.

  • Stephen Johnson, PE, PACP | Project Manager, Water/Wastewater Master Planning Group with Freese and Nichols

Stephen Johnson is a project manager in FNI's Water/Wastewater Master Planning Group. He has experience in water and wastewater master plans, physical and desktop condition and risk-based assessment programs, water and wastewater CIPs, and impact fee programs. Stephen has experience working with multiple hydraulic modeling software packages and a variety of data management programs such as Innovyze products, ITPipes, GraniteNet, and Cartegraph. He is the assistant project manager for the City of Plano's Wastewater Master Plan.


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