We are an asset management company.
Do you want to
- CREATE new assets or
- GENERATE a series of cash flows from their assets or
- EXTEND the life-cycle of their assets
We create, transform and maintains physical assets. We develop ideas and implement concepts, we deploy our engineering and project management strengths to achieve these goals for our clients.
Realize more value
We and our associates have provided expertise in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Good Business Practice.
Asset management results in better decisions. Aligning management of infrastructure with strategic policies and direction will support the long-term success of your mission, goals and objectives.
Reporting of the cost of asset ownership, a cost element not currently present in the audited financial statements, allows a longer term view of the decision making process. An asset management approach can aide a facility or community to undertake a strategic view and increase reliability of their reporting systems that may be more tactical.
Improved Regulatory Compliance.
Part of asset management involves the implementation of better O&M practices, which can significantly improve compliance.
Structured day-to-day attention to system assets and their condition means that unexpected failures are less likely, thus minimizing emergency repairs, costly lawsuits and customer relations problems. Assessing the risk implications of asset failure helps focus resources on critical priorities and reduces overall risk to the utility.
Long Term System Integrity.
The concept of “sustainable infrastructure” is gaining increased visibility, probably due to the problems in many Canadian cities and towns where sufficient reinvestment in infrastructure has not been made. By relating costs to asset condition and conducting long term planning for each asset, policy makers get the facts they need to help sustain the infrastructure.
There is evidence that asset management systems that maintain infrastructure in a sound and reliable condition and are based on minimizing life cycle costs, can significantly reduce operating and maintenance cost, as well as long-term capital expenses. A life cycle approach means that the utility always gets the most assets for its money.