San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) provides safe drinking water for almost one million customers. They are responsible for the storage, quality control and distribution of water. They also manage wastewater and are responsible for maintaining, repairing and replacing parts for over 1,000 miles of sewer pipelines, four treatment plants, 21 pump stations and over 300,000 assets.
One of the goals was to establish accurate inventory levels to ensure that spare parts were always available for critical assets. By doing this, SFPUC hoped to decrease unplanned downtime 5% to 7% and increase crew wrench time 12% to 15%. They believed a solid warehouse inventory spare parts program utilizing a mobile solution would minimize asset lifecycle costs and reduce unplanned critical asset downtime.
How did they do? Read the Full Mobile Maximo Tool Tracking Case Study