Asset Management

Asset Management

What cost-effective investments and actions are needed for your infrastructure to provide expected quality service with minimized risk?

Asset Management helps to answer this question. With aging infrastructure and constrained budgets, many organizations are working proactively to prioritize system renewal with a risk-based approach to provide expected services. Our team offers a full range of asset management services that help you act as stewards of your infrastructure and budgets and remove uncertainties in the management of your systems. 

Our Asset Management Services

  • Asset management readiness screening assessment
  • Infrastructure inventory
  • Service level evaluations: capacity, quality, reliability
  • Physical condition assessments: remaining useful life, rehabilitation, maintenance
  • Risk-based assessment: condition and criticality assessments
  • Business-case prioritized actions: inspections, maintenance, renewal, capital improvements
  • Optimized investment planning: financial strategies for cost-effective solutions
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Featured Projects

  • Condition Assessment Program, North Texas Municipal Water District
  • Interceptor Condition Assessment Program (ICAP), City of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Water Efficiency and Condition Assessment, City of Fort Worth, Texas
  • Central Regional Wastewater System GIS Asset-Based Inventory, Trinity River Authority, Texas
  • Water Master Plan and Renewal Prioritization, City of Garland, Texas
  • Asset Management Development Plan, City of Garland, Texas
  • Fort Hood Stormwater Master Planning, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • Pond Dam Safety Program, City of Austin, Texas
  • Lick Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, City of College Station, Texas
  • Software Integration for Asset Management Program, Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District No. 2, Texas
  • Lake Texoma Pump Station Expansion, North Texas Municipal Water District
  • Pavement Management System, City of Grand Prairie, Texas
  • Water Facilities Condition Assessment Program, City of Richardson, Texas
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