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Asset Management Information Systems Roadmap

We have been involved with development of AMIS Roadmaps improvement programs and implementation pathways, through a highly engaging process in discovering Current State and outlining Future State requirements assessing technical debt, and providing comprehensive improvement plans, for seamless transition into internal business cases and budget approvals. These assignments have provided ample opportunity for prompt improvement …

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Configuration Management Strategy Development

A highly challenging aspect of asset management across the sector, this initiative involved development of Configuration Management Strategies, in absence of current and up to date industry guidelines across the industry. This steers utility towards advanced asset management practice with the initiative serving as a vehicle to achieving this objective, including informing the current utility …

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Development of AMPs And Asset Criticality Model – Water and Wind Energy Clients

Development of asset criticality model, and asset management plans (AMPs) for multiple Wind Farms and Water utilities around Australia, NZ and the UK. This initiative formed the basis of the organisations first criticality assessment tool and AMP, satisfying ISO55001 Certification requirements, as well as achieving step level change across each organisations asset management practice, driven …

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Asset Management Gap Assessment and ISO55001 Certification Readiness – Water and Energy Clients

Multiple projects carried out across Water and Energy sectors involving: Gap Assessment and Maturity Assessment, of the organisation’s asset management practice and its alignment and readiness strategy to ISO55001, in assisting the organisation achieve Certification. The projects resulted in substantial shifts in asset management maturity and move towards compliance to global asset management standards.

Asset Management Review and Improvement Plan – Water Sector Client USA

Review of organisations, asset management and lifecycle maturity through the adoption of  GFMAM 39 Subjects Assessment Framework. The review highlighted strategic planning policy and other foundational developments as key, to steer significant reactive practices across the enterprise towards planned and justified improvement programs.

International Water Association (IWA) And Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA)

Significant involvement in several Asset Management Benchmarking Programs in 2008, 2012 and 2020 for 60+ participant water utilities from Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Sultanate of Oman, United Arab Emirates and the United States. These programs compared the process completeness and effectiveness of international water utilities across the many elements of the asset life cycle …

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Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) – Multiple Water Utilities

Development of Strategic Asset Management Plans (SAMPs) for the multiple authorities locally and internationally. The authorities represented diverse portfolios of assets, including, socio- political, environmental, funding and unparalleled asset management challenges. The exercises were highly collaborative involving key stakeholders and addressing their best interests from across the authorities.

Asset Management Systems Integrations Strategy & Implementation – Water Utility Clients Asia and Australia

Involved the design and delivery of systems integrations which aimed at addressing critical asset management challenges at an enterprise level, as a result of disintegrated information systems, cultural issues and systems developments evolving over many years. At an EAM level, the programs led to the delivery of world first fully integrated asset management information system, …

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Asset Management Capacity Building and Training – Energy and Water Clients

Involved delivery of asset management training to global AM practitioners, using Competency Based Vocational Training programs, aligned to the Australian Skills and Qualifications Authority (ASQA), competency frameworks. The successful delivery of these training programs resulted in professional development and upskilling of a cohort of asset management and other  professionals, whom in turn championed the development …

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