Case Study: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

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Case Study: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power is one of the largest U.S. municipal utilities, serving millions of residents and businesses. The city relies upon a complex water system network to support its huge population growth.

LADWP therefore manages a corresponding portfolio of capital projects to maintain and expand the system. The utility’s Water Engineering and Technical Services (WETS) division uses their Capital Improvement Program Management System (CIPMS) to oversee and manage a ten-year capital water system program currently consisting of over 200 projects with a budget of $6.5 billion dollars.