Aquanuity, Inc., the leader in strategy-led simulation-powered water infrastructure digital twin software, today announced that Wood Rodgers, Inc., ranked #20 in ENR Magazine’s 2022 list of Southwest Top Design Firms, has acquired AquaTwin Asset and AquaTwin Water. The software will support the firm’s engineering and GIS/asset management professionals in leading the digital transformation for public agencies greater efficiency, sustainability, resiliency, and bottom-line performance while optimizing their water infrastructure performance and capital improvements projects.
“AquaTwin Water and AquaTwin Asset raise the bar and set new standards in ArcGIS-centric water infrastructure digital twin innovation,” said Paul F. Boulos, Aquanuity Chairman and CEO. “Through systematic evaluation of water infrastructure condition, risk and hydraulic performance, the software empower utilities and their consultants to develop optimized capital improvement and system maintenance plans that are aligned with long-term service goals and supported by effective operations, maintenance and engineering practices. They combine unprecedented hydraulic and water quality simulation functionality, speed and reliability with high performance geoprocessing power and AI-based analytics to help users to plan, design, operate, manage and sustain better, safer, more resilient, and more efficient water infrastructure systems. They represent a quantum leap in the art and science of water infrastructure digital twin and let users do more better, smarter, faster … for less, and unlock more value from their water infrastructure. We welcome Wood Rodgers as a valued customer and look forward to working with its engineering team to help power their customers’ success.”
Aquanuity is an engineering technology company focused on helping the world’s water infrastructure work better. We blend science and creativity to create cutting-edge innovations that play a critical role in advancing a sustainable future. Our innovative software fundamentally changes the way water utilities and engineering firms can use technology to create and manage safe, efficient, reliable, sustainable, resilient and smarter water infrastructure and build better communities.