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Corix Installs Smart Meters at Fort Collins

The program also included operation of a call center to manage installation services-related phone calls and appointment management.

Corix installed approximately 100,000 electric meters, water meters, and water modules at Fort Collins customer locations, according to a report at smartmeters.com.  The program also included operation of a call center to manage installation services-related phone calls and appointment management. In addition, Corix would warehouse and cross-dock facilities needed to manage the inventory of new and old meter devices and the testing and verification of all activities and services that are provided. The bulk of the 100,000 meters was expected to be deployed by the spring of 2013.

Steve Catanach, Fort Collins Utilities Light and Power Manager, adds: “We are delighted to be partners with Corix in the Advanced Meter Fort Collins project. Given Corix’s industry-leading experience in this area, we are confident of meeting our meter and equipment installation goals.”

The Corix Group of Companies partners with investor owned utilities, co-ops, and municipal utilities to maximize their success with AMR/AMI project deployments, field maintenance and HAN installations across North America. Corix has successfully installed more than 12 million advanced meters across North America.

Corix is a private company whose primary owners are BC Investment Management Corporate and CAI Capital Management Inc., two large and stable members of the North American investment community.

Located in the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins has been ranked sixth out of the top 100 best places to live by Money Magazine. The home of Colorado State University, Fort Collins is a leader in developing a sustainable city organization and community.

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