To us, Asset Management is all about maximum value for minimal cost.
The building blocks for asset management will have different importance depending on your organisation’s drivers and challenges. Our approach ensures we recognise each client’s unique requirements and prioritise the elements that will give you the most from what you have.
- Current Practice Audit and Roadmap
- Data Strategy
- Capital Maintenance Programming
- Investment Modelling and Business Cases
- Asset Valuation
- Highway Hierarchy Regime Review
- Highways Safety Inspection Regime Review
- Highway Asset Management Strategies and Plans
- Whole-life Costing and Commuted Sums Estimations
- Maintenance Strategy Development
Our wider Highway Management support provides you with a full highway service.
Ensuring you can maximise funding and improve efficacy while recognising that your needs are unique. As a critical friend, we listen, adapt and improve your services through our experience and industry knowledge.
- Code of Practice Review
- Hierarchy assessment
- Highway safety regime
- Highway maintenance design
- Skid policy
- Works programming
- Condition surveys and management
- Technical support
Exclusively designed by Metis, Regenerate has been created in response to our clients’ most common challenges. From Investment Modelling and Whole Life Costing, to Scheme Building and Prioritisation, Regenerate offers clear and invaluable insight that helps to guide projects and build business cases.
Regenerate is used as part of our personal service, and never instead of.
- Scheme Builder
A web-based tool that analyses condition data to determine a condition index for each scheme and recommend suitable treatment options based on one’s own maintenance strategy.
- Scheme Prioritisation
A web-based tool that enables maintenance schemes to be prioritised based on the needs of the community.
- Investment Modeller
A decision support tool that analyses investment and deterioration to predict condition.
- Whole Life Costing
A decision support tool allowing consistent comparison of maintenance strategies across all highway asset groups.