Asset management that helps the cities of tomorrow flourish.
Today’s cities face many challenges around water infrastructure management. Communities are reliant on complex, centralised water infrastructure systems that are under ever increasing pressure from population growth and climate change. New Zealand needs its innovative thinkers to work together with local and national government bodies to ensure the resilience of today’s cities, so that in the future they flourish.
The organisation of key asset information is a basic component of any asset management system, but it can be a challenge when you have a large number of assets, and no idea of their condition. If asset management is not handled strategically, it can become a costly and time consuming process.
In contrast, a well designed sustainable asset management system will yield efficiencies and cost savings. Data collection and the development of asset registers does not have to be overwhelming. It just needs to be broken down into small, manageable tasks. Quick, easy and cost effective wins are often vital in converting your asset management processes from a series of sporadic spreadsheets to an asset management system that maximises future benefit to your organisation and all key stakeholders.
The key is knowing where your critical assets are, and then prioritising them. After you have this foundation, you will have a sound basis for optimising asset life, renewals, improvements and environmental benefits.
How can we help?
We have a large portfolio of expertise in the management and condition assessment of three waters infrastructure assets. We provide a broad range of asset management services across asset life cycles.
We can help with:
- Condition, inspection and topographic surveys.
- Geospatial asset data collection for constructed and natural assets.
- Asset data maintenance, visualisation and analysis.
- Asset criticality assessment.
- Asset strategy for resilience and sustainability.
- Asset optimisation.
- Creative mapping and data visualisation, including web applications.
- Network optimisation and asset improvements.
- Review of Levels of Service or containment standards to make them affordable.