Statement of Qualifications

The University of Texas at Arlington, Civil Engineering Department, Center for Structural Engineering Research, Simulation and Pipeline Inspection, (CSERS‐PI) is specializing in Sanitary Sewer Asset Management and Condition Assessment Services. The CSERS‐PI has formed a collaborative effort with RedZone Robotics technology and experience with advanced pipeline assessment to create a marketing collaboration called Public Water Solutions.

For the collaboration, The CSERS‐PI will be providing analytical services, advanced research techniques, state‐of‐the‐art laser and sonar data analysis software developed for this particular application, conversion of electronic pulse data through graphical interface, graphical condition assessment of each inspected line, pipeline service life prediction through failure analysis, and developing the final information through presentations and reports. RedZone Robotics will manage and perform the field collection of data during the inspection process.

Why a collaboration? The CSERS‐PI in 2015 formed a collaboration with the City of Arlington which allowed the university staff to participate in survey work overseen by RedZone Robotics, data analytics, and the development of the client information deliverable. This team has worked together, and the leadership has unique associations and familiarity on similar projects positioning the group to deliver the most valuable analysis and actionable plans for various utilities. The collaborative team, has the experience, worked in conjunction and has delivered comprehensive asset management plans with RedZone Robotics as a partner in other major cities. RedZone Robotics has a suite of unmatched pipeline condition assessment equipment technology and has assessed over 70 million feet of sewer line for over 300 cities in the U.S. and North America. CSERS‐PI can provide all technologies experience, knowledge, and technology for various utilities starting with a full baseline assessment of its entire sewer and wastewater collection system.

The collaboration called PWS, directed by the University of Texas at Arlington, Civil Engineering Department, Center for Structural Engineering Research, Simulation and Pipeline Inspection and RedZone Robotics will meet and or exceed the expectations of the program to establish a comprehensive fact‐based baseline asset management approach program that has been used and proven in other major cities and utilities. PWS will provide superior deliverables to any utility. Having a renowned pipe research institute with state‐of‐the art equipment, and unparalleled experience in pipe assessment forms a best in class group that will provide your utility with the most comprehensive data and asset management program based on proven results along with another major city validation.

The University of Texas at Arlington in 2015 formed a joint consortium with the City of Arlington which allowed the University staff to participate in survey work overseen by RedZone Robotics, data analytics, and the development of the client information deliverable. This team has worked together an established unique associations and familiarity on similar projects to deliver the most valuable analysis and actionable plans to the City.

As part of the PWS initiative, RedZone Robotics will be managing and performing the field activity during the inspection phase, The University of Texas at Arlington will be providing analytical services, advanced research techniques, while developing the finished information presentation. RedZone Robotics has a suite of unmatched pipeline condition assessment equipment technology and has assessed over 70 million feet of sewer line for over 300 cities in the U.S. and North America. PWS works with several major banks to provide financing for these utility projects so that the projects can be handled cost effectively.