Overview

The Capital Improvement Planning solution is used by water, sewer, and stormwater engineers to plan and estimate the cost of capital improvement projects.

To accomplish these tasks, the map includes an interactive toolset to estimate project costs.

Requirements

Capital Improvement Planning requires specific technical experience and software.

Requirement Description
Software
Desktop
  • ArcMap (Standard or Advanced) 10.2.1, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5

What you get

When you download the Capital Improvement Planning, you'll find the following in the zip file:

Directory Item Description
Application ArcGISCostEstimatingTools.esriAddIn The Cost Estimating toolbar for estimating the costs of proposed capital improvement projects.
MapsandGeodatabase WaterUtilityCapitalPlanning.mxd A map document used create and edit water, sewer, and stormwater capital improvement projects.
CapitalImprovementPlanning.gdb A sample geodatabase containing the datasets required for the ArcGISCostEstimatingTools add-in.
WaterUtilities.gdb A sample geodatabase containing water, sewer, and stormwater networks for the City of Naperville, Illinois. To learn more about the schema of the WaterUtilities.gdb, see the data dictionary.
ReferenceData.gdb A sample geodatabase containing reference data for the City of Naperville, Illinois to support the capital project planning workflow.

What's new

Below are the release dates and notes for Capital Improvement Planning.

Date Description
June 2017
  • An update to the wAbandonedPoint and wAbandonedLine layers in the WaterUtilities.gdb. The POINTTYPE and LINETYPE fields were renamed to ABANSOURCE. The LINETYPE field was also used in the wLateralLine class and the value in this field would be overwritten by the layer name when a feature was abandoned.
March 2017
  • Support for ArcGIS 10.5.
  • The LocalGovernment.gdb has been removed and replaced with a series of geodatabases to support the capital improvement planning workflow.
  • The inclusion of the WaterUtilities.gdb, which contains water, sewer, and stormwater data from the City of Naperville, Illinois. To learn more about the schema of the WaterUtilities.gdb, see the data dictionary.
  • The inclusion of the CapitalImprovementPlanning.gdb, which contains the schemas required for the Capital Planning Add-In.
  • The inclusion of the ReferenceData.gdb, which contains data in the editing basemap.
  • An update to the water, sewer, and stormwater feature datasets to include a vertical coordinate system.
  • The latest release of the Capital Planning Add-In, which includes the following:
    • An enhancement to cost calculations to use geodetic length instead of shape length. (ENH-000100729)
    • A resolution to a bug in which the Save Edits button would duplicate features when editing an existing project. The check box is now label and prompt on save. (BUG-000100682)
    • A resolution to a bug where the Date Completed value was incorrectly being populated when the radio buttons were unchecked in the Project Cost Estimating Window. (BUG-000100689)
June 2016
  • The most recent Capital Planning Add-In
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
February 2016
  • Support for ArcGIS 10.4
  • The most recent Capital Planning Add-In
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
July 2015
  • The most recent Capital Planning Add-In
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
  • Removal of the Local Government toolbox
  • New map document that no longer includes the Factors Used in Decision Support group layer, Field Notes layer, and Five Meter Surface raster
December 2014
  • Support for ArcGIS 10.3
  • The most recent Capital Planning Add-In
  • The most recent Local Government toolbox
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
June 2014
  • The most recent Local Government toolbox
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb
  • The most recent Capital Planning Add-In
December 2013
  • The 10.2.0.1 release has been tested and certified on ArcGIS 10.2.1.
  • The most recent LocalGovernment.gdb.
  • The most recent Local Government toolbox.

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