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"Making Asset Management Relevant and Meaningful to Your Wat

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Agenda
"We are all currently practicing AM"
Definition of Asset Management (AM)
Components of AM
Inventory
Criticality

Asset Inventory
Criticality
Level of Service
Life Cycle Costing
Long Term Funding
Asset Management
Components
INVENTORY
Luis Adorno
Environmental Program Manager
Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau

"We are all currently practicing AM"
Asset Management:
“is a systematic process of operating, maintaining, upgrading, and disposing of assets cost-effectively while maintaining a level of service.”
LIST OF ASSETS
MAP OF ASSETS
CONDITION OF ASSETS
REMAINING USEFUL LIFE OF THE ASSETS
"TIME IS MONEY"
LIST OF ASSETS
What do I own?
List of Assets
MAP OF ASSETS
Ways to collect the data
Hand Sketch
CADD Drawings
GIS
CONDITION OF ASSETS AND REMAINING USEFUL LIFE
1. What condition are the assets in?
RESOURCES
Asset Management: A Handbook for Small Water Systems

EPA: http://www.epa.gov/ogwdw/smallsystems/pdfs/guide_smallsystems_asset_mgmnt.pdf
Ohio RCAP Methodology for Asset Management / CMOM Demonstration Projects
by Wayne Cannon – Ohio RCAP Rural
Development Specialist,
CRITICALITY
1.How likely is the asset to fail?
2.What is the consequence if it does?
LIST OF ASSETS
MAP OF ASSETS
CONDITION OF ASSETS
REMAINING USEFUL LIFE OF THE ASSETS
LIST OF ASSETS
MAP OF ASSETS
CONDITION OF ASSETS
REMAINING USEFUL LIFE OF THE ASSETS
Asset Inventory
Criticality
Level of Service
Life Cycle Costing
Long Term Funding
Asset Management
Components
"We are all currently practicing AM"
"Making Asset Management Relevant and Meaningful to Your Water System"
http://des.nh.gov

Search for: “Asset Management”

2. How much longer before I will need to replace this asset?
HYDRANT
HYDRANT #101
101 MAIN STREET
DISTRIBUTION
HYDRANT
PAVEMENT IS SETTLING AROUND MARIO
15 YRS
GOOD
85 PSI
8 INCH
NINTENDO
GOOD
2015
2000
15
40
25
110 %
28
25
2015 + 28=
2043
REMAINING USEFUL LIFE FOR THIS ASSET
HYDRANT #100
MARCH 25, 2015
HYDRANT #101
MARCH 25, 2015
HYD #100
HYD #101
LOW RISK
MODERATE RISK
HIGH RISK
MODERATE RISK
HYD #100
5 1/4 EDDY HYDRANT
HYD #101
MARIO NINTENDO HYD.

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Luis Adorno
NHDES
Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau
603-271-2472
luis.adorno@des.nh.gov
TOO CLOSE TO THE ROAD SHOULD HAVE BOLLARDS TO PROTECT IT.
LOANS
- S R F LOAN
DRINKING WATER
CLEAN WATER
tate
evolving
und
Baltimore, MD
February 2015
Bladensburg, Maryland
January 2015
Loom Mountain Bridge
2011
Los Angeles, CA
2014
Salem, NH
June 2014
TAKE AWAY POINTS
1. ASSET MANAGEMENT
IS A TEAM EFFORT.

2. INVENTORY HAS TO BE
MORE THAN A SIMPLE
LIST OF THE ASSETS.

3. CRITICALITY DOES
NOT ALWAYS MEAN
EMERGENCY
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