The Florida Department of Transportation has purchased 3D road design software from San Rafael, Calif.-based Autodesk.
The Lafayette, La., Consolidated Government has purchased financial, human resources and supply chain management software from St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson.
Frankfort, Ky., has contracted with Redlands, Calif.-based ESRI to allow city staff members to access all of the company’s geographic information system software.
Cambria County, Pa., has contracted with Cumberland, Md.-based CONXX to build a 730-square-mile wireless network.
The Colorado Governor’s Energy Office has purchased utility tracking software from State College, Pa.-based Good Steward Software.
Dakota County, Minn., has purchased document recording software from Provo, Utah-based Simplifile. Suwannee County, Fla., also has purchased document recording software from the company.
The Ogden, Utah, Police Department has purchased crime-mapping software from Golden, Colo.-based Universal Mind.
Houston has purchased geographic information system software from Redlands, Calif.-based ESRI.
Water, water everywhere
Lancaster, Calif., has contracted with Los Angeles-based KDC Systems to upgrade instruments and controls at the city’s water reclamation plant.
The California Department of Water Resources has contracted with San Diego-based Kleinfelder to perform geotechnical evaluations of levees along portions of the San Joaquin River Flood Control System.
Meriden, Conn., has purchased a supervisory control and data acquisition system from Warrendale, Pa.-based Siemens Water Technologies. Also, Denver’s Metro Wastewater Reclamation District has contracted with the company to provide secondary clarification systems for its North Secondary Treatment Complex Improvements Project.
The Department of Public Works for Kent County Levy Court, Del., has contracted with Fort Washington, Pa.-based Severn Trent Services to provide an ultraviolet disinfection system for its 12-million-gallon-per-day Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Eldorado, Grants and Taos, N.M., have renewed their contracts for water and wastewater services management and maintenance with Denver-based CH2M HILL OMI.