Tag: Asset Management Series

Asset Management – Optimization of O&M & CIP, & Funding Strategy

Recently, John Jackman, P.E. and Carl Quiram, P.E. finished our series discussion on Asset Management highlighting the Optimizing O&M and CIP, as well as Funding Strategy tasks. The concepts presented in this video reflect the utilization of collected data collected to more accurately develop a Capital Improvement Plan and the necessary steps to fund those projects. Presented are examples used by various municipalities as wells as the information necessary to capitalize on the Asset Management Program data.  – Click Here to review the other presentations given as part of the Asset Management Series.

Asset Management – Maintenance & Lifecycle Costing

Today, John Jackman, P.E. and David Wheeler, E.I.T. continued our series discussion on Asset Management highlighting Maintenance and Lifecycle Costing tasks. Covered in this presentation are the basic principles of maintaining assets as well as how to determine the lifecycle cost of those assets. Presented are project examples of maintenance programs used by various municipalities as wells as the information necessary to start adding lifecycle costs to the Asset Management Program.

Asset Management – Condition Assessment

Today, John Jackman, P.E. and Ben Horner, P.L.S. continued our Asset Management Series with a discussion on Condition Assessment. This presentation covers the differences between inspection and assessment; the benefits of knowing the condition; basics to developing a standard condition assessment; and estimating the existing useful life of various assets. Presented are examples of standard condition forms as well as our use of these forms to complete condition assessment for our clients.

Asset Management – Inventory

As part of our Asset Management Series, today we discussed – Inventory. To share their knowledge on the subject, John Jackman, P.E. and Heidi Lemay present the process; associated questions; available data; organization, data management and collection tips; and project examples of how inventory has been collected on our various asset management projects.

Click here to view the Introduction to Asset Management presentation completed last week.

Introduction to Asset Management

Recently, John Jackman, P.E. and Carl Quiram, P.E. administered the Introduction to Asset Management presentation discussing the basic principles presented in our Continuum of Asset Management post, as it relates to public works. This presentation will assist viewers in understanding the basic steps of a successful Asset Management program to help develop the process. A basic understanding of the asset management principles can assist decision makers in creating a successful and supported program.

This presentation is the first in our asset management series discussing each of the principles in depth.