Water utilities are responsible for large networks of infrastructure, which provide vital water and sewage services to the public. In order to continue to deliver these services, and to do so as effectively and cost-efficiently as possible, these assets must be successfully maintained and managed. For utilities, effective and strategic asset management involves taking a systematic approach to the construction, operation, maintenance, upgrading and decommissioning of assets, in order to balance performance, cost and risk. A strong asset management strategy allows a utility to reliably provide valuable services, while planning for the future and mitigating possible risks and uncertainties.

Showing 2 from 2 Items

Count:
Sort by:
Order:

For more than 50 years Taylors has developed a reputation for excellence in the areas of Masterplanning and Urban Design, Surveying, GIS, Civil Engineering, Development Strategy and Project Management, and have now grown to a team of over 100…

Oxyzone Pty Ltd is a premier Australian supplier of Oxygen and Ozone Generators. The name is a derivative of the words oxygen and ozone, simply because it is what we do. Based on the concepts of older, tried and proven systems, we have designed new…