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Stormwater Levels of Service

  • 1.  Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 31 March 2019 19:43
    Edited by Idris Jones 31 March 2019 23:56

    Hi all, 

    I am currently trying to compile and consolidate various stormwater level of service KPI's for a university project.

    I have collated a fair few local and international examples, and gained some insight from the existing topics (CCTV Asset Maintenance etc.). However was hoping to supplement with expertise as well.

    As such, I was wondering whether anyone has any resources, examples or contacts that could contribute to my research? - These could include plans/reports, indicators and/or measures in relation to stormwater quality, capacity, service etc. 

    Thank you for your time, 

    Idi 

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  • 2.  RE: Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 01 April 2019 22:34
    Hi Idris,

    Try this for LOS https://www.campaspe.vic.gov.au/assets/Policies/135-Drainage-policy.pdf, some good diagrams and explanations.​

    Thanks
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  • 3.  RE: Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 11 April 2019 23:15
    Hi Shannon, I have been task to develop Level of Services for ROcky Council. I am wondering if we can have a chat about the process your Council has used. Contact me on david.bremert@rrc.qld.gov.au Thanks

    Dave​
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  • 4.  RE: Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 02 April 2019 16:36
    Hi Idi,
    If you like you can use https://www.ipwea.org/viewdocument/city-of-stirling-s?CommunityKey=40161684-473f-4db3-9dbc-ff10c03497e2&tab=librarydocuments
    Kind regards

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    LukeMatthews
    Technical Officer Engineering Maintenance
    City of Stirling
    luke.matthews@stirling.wa.gov.au
    08 9205 7052
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  • 5.  RE: Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 02 April 2019 22:53
    Hi Idris.

    AUS-SPEC, the IPWEA document series has a full pro active systems approach to maintenance including drainage.
    This is however mainly used for Asset Maintenance as opposed to Asset Management. Look up AUS-SPEC under the NARSPEC banner.

    Also, please look up "VAPAR", a new Company by recent Engineering Graduates who are using AI, Advanced Algorithm's  and Machine Learning to reduce the observation time for checking hours of CCTV footage of Stormwater and sewer pipes from two weeks of an Engineers time to two Minutes !!
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  • 6.  RE: Stormwater Levels of Service

    Posted 14 April 2019 21:29
    Nz councils have had LOS in their AMPs for many years and many council plans were reviewed by audit nz. This report provides a good assessment of various LOS.

    https://www.auditnz.govt.nz/publications-resources/asset-management/asset-management-for-public-entities/appendix.htm
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