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Why Double Wood is Really a Resource Contention Issue

We do a lot of talking about double utility poles from a safety perspective for good reason. Leaning or damaged poles left to further deteriorate or simply linger in drivers' line of sight and pedestrians' line of travel are hardly anything to...

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Ashley Little
. 07.26.2016

Topics: Managed Services

The Hidden Cost of Resource Contention

We frequently discuss the time and monetary constraints many joint use departments face, often in the context of resource contention. This is an issue that affects many, if not all, of our clients in some way. We have discovered that beyond the...

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Ashley Little
. 04.26.2016

Topics: Managed Services, Resource Contention

The Good Old Bad Old Days: Joint Use 50 Years Ago and Today

Picture this: the year is 1966. Lyndon Johnson is President. A box of corn flakes costs a cool 39 cents. Star Trek graces the airwaves for the first time and the Orioles take the Major League pennant. Joint use is a much simpler thing. Parity...

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Ashley Little
. 04.19.2016

Topics: Managed Services, JU History

Do You Need Joint Use Assistance and Not Know It?

Deep in the mines of days past, workers would carry along a small, caged bird on each subterranean trip. Its purpose? To serve as a warning signal. Should dangerous gasses like carbon monoxide build up in the tunnels, the songbird would expire...

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Ashley Little
. 04.5.2016

Topics: Utility Asset Management, Managed Services

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10 Critical Reasons to Conduct Utility Pole Inspections