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Ontario’s second largest municipality deploys MWH Soft technology

MWH Soft, a global provider of water resources applications software has recently announced that the Regional Municipality of Peel, Ontario, Canada, has purchased multiple licenses of InfoWater and InfoSewer Suites software to drive its enterprise-wide geospatial hydraulic modeling effort. This purchase gives Peel, one of the fastest-growing municipalities in Canada, a full range of high-performance ArcGIS-centric water and sewer infrastructure analysis and management capabilities that will enable it to cope adeptly with fast expansion and optimize capital planning, operations, customer service, and community relations.

The Region of Peel is the first government in Canada to achieve the National Quality Institute’s (NQI) prestigious Canada Awards for Excellence (CAE) – Silver Level. Its Public Works Department provides quality water and sewer services to over one million Peel residents in Mississauga, Brampton and the Town of Caledon. The Department operates and maintains 1,900 miles of water mains, 1,700 miles of sewer mains, 41 wastewater and 20 water pump stations, two water and two wastewater treatment plants within a 41,500 hectares service area.

As the first complete ArcGIS-centric solution package and still the most comprehensive and deeply integrated available, InfoWater and InfoSewer, have created a new paradigm in utility infrastructure management. They completely eliminate the need for inefficient and unreliable data synchronization and synching schemes or middlelink interfaces required to bridge this gap, allowing engineers and GIS professionals to save time by working together on the same platform and delivering quality products in record time.