Snohomish County Public Utility District selects Linesoft’s LD-Pro

The contract, for as much as $1.5 million, is planned in two phases. Initially, LineSoft will provide 25 seats of LD-Pro, interfaces to Indus’ Passport(tm) 8.0 Work Management solution and Intergraph’s FRAMME ™ 4.0 Geographical Information System (GIS), project management, training, and software support. LineSoft anticipates future delivery of an additional 23 seats of LD-Pro, associated additional training, and software support.

WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb 27, 2001 — San Diego Gas & Electric has applied for federal permission to construct and operate a 230-kv power transmission line at the Mexico border, according to the Federal Register.

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