Analytics behind hydrant maintenance

solar panelsThere are approximately 18,000 hydrants under our purview, and each are expected to work when needed. However, keeping them working requires a mix of employee expertise and advanced analytics.

The current preventative maintenance program is now in its third, five-year cycle, and the results are evident.

  • Aram Benyamin

    The Utilities Board unanimously voted to extend an offer to Aram Benyamin to be the next Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Colorado Springs Utilities.

    Benyamin currently serves as the General Manager of Energy Supply for the utilities. He is a professional engineer and has a bachelor’s of science degree in engineering from California State University, Los Angeles. He also has a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from University of La Verne and a master’s degree in public of administration (MPA) from California State University, Northridge.

    The final salary and terms of employment will be released after those details have been finalized between the Utilities Board and Benyamin.

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