AECOM has established a dedicated service within Canada to assist municipal clients to maximize their returns from capital assets through their entire life cycle. Much of this work has focused on defining and implementing asset management, capital investment, organizational management, and O&M best practices that will ensure the financial sustainability of the client’s organizations.
AECOM's Canada-based Asset Management team members have experience in a wide variety of financial and utility management projects.
We also have extensive skills in computerized data management, decision-making financial models, best practice identification, information acquisition and demand side management. The AECOM Asset Management and Benchmarking team members represent a diverse group of individuals with expertise in water use efficiency, modeling, GIS mapping, maintenance management, utility management and facilitation. We provide reliable, timely services that direct and enhance the capital and maintenance planning process, helping asset owners meet the goal of reliable and uninterrupted delivery of services at sustainable cost.
More detailed project information highlighting some of the experience that we have established working as leaders in the industry and bringing cohesive, understandable and applicable solutions to our clients is available through the topic links under the Consulting menu to the left.
AECOM has been well established helping local utilities get a handle on their asset management needs and infrastructure reinvestment requirements.
AECOM is a recognized leader in the field of water loss management, having assisted a number of municpal clients in the UK, USA and Canada to target and reduce water losses through a strategic approach. Our team includes members of the International Water Association (IWA)'s Water Loss Task Force and InfraGuide Technical Committees and we leverate from these international and Canadian best practices.
As a member of the community, AECOM has been involved with improving the financial, environmental and social aspects of the local community in a way that is sustainable and economical for the growth of the area.
As communities grow in complexity and infrastructure, the need for efficient utility management becomes increasingly important. Knowing what you have and having proper maintenance managment, policies and other regulatory framework are vital to good utility management.
Building on a proven methodology, several international organizations have approached us to help them develop a sustainable benchmarking program specific to their unique conditions.