From Strategy to Success - The Real Road Map for Asset Management
01/27/2016 - 1:00 ET-3:00 ET
Delivering specified levels of service to customers and regulators
at an optimal life cycle cost with a strategy that ensures long term
sustainability of public assets forms the core definition of Asset Management.
Asset management has gained significant momentum across North America as more
and more water and wastewater utilities are beginning to embrace Asset
Management as an organizational model. Key current asset management industry
service levels and associated key performance indicators (KPI) that enable
transparency and external reporting to rate payers and other stakeholders.
capital planning that support long-term sustainable infrastructure
of asset management systems (ex. CMMS, GIS) through efficient and effective
implementation enabling extensive data management.
This webcast will focus on key asset management topics including
approaches to the development, management, tracking and reporting of service
levels and associated key performance indicators, capital project
prioritization and justification methodologies that ensure funding is allocated
to the most critical projects and a case study of one utility's organizational
approach to asset management program development and implementation.
Thank you to our sponsors, Electronic Data, Inc.
Ryan Nagel, PE, ENV SP – Hazen and Sawyer
Gage Muckleroy, PE, BCEE - GHD
Craig Fricke, PE – DC Water
Aditya Ramamurthy, PMP, ENV SP (Moderator)
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There will be 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this webcast. Please check with your state accreditation agency to determine if you qualify. The PDH instructions will be sent to all attendees 24 hours after the webcast.
WEF's Utility Management Committee