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Asset Management

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Zhanna Sichivitsa

on 12 August 2014

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Transcript of Asset Management

Financial, environmental and social impacts over the whole of asset life - from purchase/build, through maintenance and to disposal.
Lifecycle costs
Parameters or combination of parameters that reflect social, political, environmental or economic outcome delivered by an asset.
Levels of service
What is asset management?
The set of co-ordinated activities that an organisation uses to realise value from assets in the delivery of its outcomes or objectives.

For the City of Melbourne the primary value derived from assets is the delivery of services
What is an asset?
An item owned and/or controlled by the CoM that has been allocated to agreed asset classes, which has value to the community and enables services to be provided.

Council has a $3 billion asset portfolio to support community services.

Council has a responsibility to protect and maintain these assets.
Asset Management
Why do we need this information?
Understand the current state of assets.

Understand future needs and commitments.

Make smart asset investment decisions.

Improve customer satisfaction.

Improve transparency in decision making.
Planning new asset investments

Asset renewal planning

Maintenance scheduling

100 or 1,000 people capacity?
Repainted every year or every 5 years?
Activities
How much will the book collection cost?
How many staff are needed?
How much electricity will it consume?
What do we own?
Where is it?
What is it made of?
What condition is it in?
What is it's value?
What is it's remaining useful life?
What asset information
do we need to know?
Assets
Services
Land
Drains
Parks and gardens
Roads
Bridges
Footpaths
Buildings
Art
Public lighting
Outdoor furniture
(benches, signs, bollards)
Wharves and marinas
Trees and horticulture
Security cameras
Corporate fleet
Corporate IT assets
Place for surface assets
Stormwater drainage
Active and passive recreation
Transport
Transport link
Pedestrian movement
Administration and community services
Culture
Safety and amenity
Recreation, wayfinding, traffic regulation
Recreation, foundation
Amenity, habitat
Safety
Business support
Business support
CoMMaps
http://maps.melbourne.vic.gov.au/
How do we use this data and information for decision making?
Westgate bridge
Princes bridge
City square
Federation square
Melbourne library
State library
Sewer pipe
Drainage pipe
Townhall
Museum
Botanical gardens
Fitzroy gardens
Citylink
Swanston street
Value
Objectives
Tools
Tools
Spatial
database
Asset Register
Customer Request System
Document Management System
Reporting
Viewer
Modelling
Asset life
3-4 years
50-100 years
Depends on species and location
Deliver required services in the most cost effective manner by managing assets for present and future customers
10-17 years
Asset Management
Strategic Planning
Long Term Financial Plan
City of Melbourne
Strategic Asset Management Framework
Right expenditure,
on right assets,
at the right time.
Reporting (internal
and to State Government)
Condition
1-5 scale (1 - asset failure; 5 - new).
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