Over 10 Years 

Asset Management Planning

We have the know-how you need.

The industry defines an infrastructure asset as a long-lived capital asset that usually is stationary in nature and can be preserved for a greater number of years than most capital assets.  Examples of infrastructure assets would be roads, storm pipes, buildings, trees, trucks, trails, traffic lights, sewer systems, utilities, solid waste facilities, and more.

Agencies can not keep up with asset needs of maintaining the systems and as a result infrastructure suffers and the level of service declines.  AMS has worked closely with agencies in helping them stretch their dollars by implemeinting asset management technology as well as a plan in helping them prioritize risk.  We help our clients improve risk management by assessing the probability and consequence of asset failures.

Here's the AMS Difference

  • AM Experience –  AMS has worked with local agencies for many years conducting asset inventories to implementing asset management systems to asset planning and risk prioritization.  We have experience working closely with elected officials in helping them create an asset management plan for pavements, where the City would use asset risk as a factor for pavements to be treated. 

  • Innovation – Good asset management requires innovation.  By its nature, the industry is always looking to the future, whether that's planning maintenance for the next 20 years or seeing how the latest technologies can benefit your assets.   AMS is at the forefront of asset data collection.  Asset inventories is the largest task of an asset management plan.  AMS has developed technology to capture asset features and locations using state-of-the-art technology such as 360 degree images, lidar, video based technology, and object detection technology.  With our partnership with ESRI and other third-party companies coupled with our in-house application developers we are able to expedite the asset inventory process. 

AMS Services

  • Asset Inventory

  • Condition Assessment

  • GIS mapping services

  • GIS/GPS implementation and design

  • Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)

  • Asset Management System software audit, evaluations and vendor selection

  • Risk assessments

  • Strategic Asset Management Planning

  • Financial Asset Management Planning