Effectively optimizing the whole-of-life value of infrastructure assets is complex – requiring judicious balancing of service delivery with capital investment, maintenance, and risk
Developing one of New Zealand’s first asset management and strategic plans for its roading network and introducing dTIMs to New Zealand has given me foundational expertise transferable to other sectors.
Through leading the development of the Optimal Maintenance funding policy linking the engineering, economic and commercial aspects of asset management, value-for-money improvements of up to 10% have been achieved.
With this specialist know-how, let me assist you to:
- Make smarter investment decisions to reduce funding requirement
- Avoid short term ‘savings’ that result in increased long term expenditure
- Deliver required service levels where growth is pressuring infrastructure, limited by very constrained revenue
- Maintain the same infrastructure with declining population and rates revenue
Covering all aspects of asset management
- Planning, modelling, analysis, funding and implementation
- Developing/updating asset management plans as required by legislation and Treasury
- Criticality assessment
- Current practice assessment and improvement
- Risk management
- Service demand management
- Strategic frameworks and lifecycle planning
- One Network Road Classification (ONRC) assistance
Feel free to contact me to discuss your needs and find out how I can possibly help.