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The City of Lompoc Water Treatment Plant Updates Their Maintenance with Limble

Robert Stricklin City of Lompoc Water Treatment Plant Maintenance Supervisor
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Lompoc Water Treatment Plant provides 5 million gallons of water every day to over 45,000 people. It includes 4 reservoirs and is one of California’s most conservation-driven cities.

The water treatment plant in Lompoc, California had been using the same CMMS for 15 years. It was hard to use and had little to no support.

Here’s what happened when the City of Lompoc started using Limble: 

  • Use of automated scheduling that reduced their risk of downtime.
  • Robust customer service resources and a dedicated representative means they’re never stuck on a problem.
  • Reduced stress and uncertainty while adding organization and efficiency.

Robert Stricklin, Maintenance Supervisor, plans to retire from his position in 5 years. Limble has provided him peace of mind in knowing that all of the information the next maintenance manager needs is in Limble.

City of Lompoc Case Study