CAP's Maintenance Group strives to provide an injury-free, "Target Zero" work place for each employee, while maintaining an efficient and reliable water delivery system for Arizonans. CAP believes that prior engineering, planning, and scheduling of all maintenance work orders enhances the safety for staff, provides efficiency in work execution and greatly improves the reliability of the water delivery system.

To achieve our mission, CAP has implemented a Maintenance Excellence Program that includes well defined business processes, procedures and industry best practices to govern the performance of all maintenance activities and define the roles and responsibilities for each employee. CAP is an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Status organization and the Maintenance Excellence program has been audited several times since 2003 and consistently ranks among industry leaders.

For more information about CAP's Maintenance Excellence Program or to schedule a presentation to learn more about this program, please contact

2012 Biology Annual Report

CAP faces a variety of biological issues on a daily basis. We continually streamline our monitoring and research activities to take advantage of our available resources, and we implement new technologies as they become available. CAP strives to be an active participant in the scientific community, and as a result, we present our research and findings and professional meetings and conferences throughout the year. This annual report summarizes our efforts related to the primary biological issues that were investigated in 2012.  View the 2012 Biology Report