Travis Thompson is senior media coordinator at Denver Water. He serves as a spokesman, leads social media strategy, manages crisis communications and is a storyteller for TAP. As a proud Colorado native and CU-Boulder grad who grew up in an aviation household, the first half of his 10-year communication career was spent at Denver International Airport, talking about the scary blue horse, conspiracy theories and security lines. Now, Travis spends his nights responding to reporter calls and tweets about water main breaks for Denver Water, while pleading with his two nocturnal children to go to sleep — morphing him into an unapologetic coffeeholic. His workday consists of pestering countless Denver Water experts for numbers and sound bites. He spends his free time outdoors with his wife and those aforementioned two extremely active children, leading to many shameless plugs of his family scattered throughout TAP and Denver Water’s social media channels.

Brain Holcomb, meter reader, steps outside of his vehicle to inspect a meter pit.

The Pac-Man of water

March 23, 2018 | By: Travis Thompson

From walking to driving to data in the cloud — the evolution of meter reading and its benefit to customers.