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Asset management encompasses a broad range of services including maintenance of roads and infrastructure as well as utilities infrastructure such as telecommunications, electricity, gas and water assets.
We understand the nuances, complex regulatory environments and specification differences between these types of infrastructure. We help clients define the best design, obtain necessary permits and approvals, construct and then maintain these assets.
Design management in regards to assets relates to assisting clients to optimise their design and working with relevant authorities to seek and obtain approvals. We also help define and plan maintenance schemes for assets such as road infrastructure.
We help clients complete quality assurance checks and achieve sign off and handover. This involves deep engineering knowledge and industry experience.
Project Management & Engineering
We manage the on-site delivery and project management of utility asset infrastructure in complex and high risk environments, ensuring construction meets the strict specifications that these types of works must comply to.
National Broadband Network Rollout
We have played a role in supporting our client Tandem Corp in the auditing and compliance management of the National Broadband Network Rollout. This included coordinating a broad auditing scope across hundreds of discrete sites across greater Melbourne. We assisted in advising on techniques and implementing systems to minimise defects and advised on how to best rectify defects when they occurred to achieve handover to authorities.
Outer Suburban Roads Upgrade – Western Section
We played a pivotal role in the CPB Contractors submission for the Outer Suburban Roads Upgrade, working closely with their maintenance partner Ventia to design, optimise and price a complex maintenance program for a planned duration of over 20 years. This involved assessing current condition of roads and designing a network wide maintenance scheme to be implemented on roads, structures and other street furniture.