Moving Forward with Asset Management

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Moving Forward with Asset Management

Information Strategies

Andrew Walther, P.Eng.

APW Engineering Inc.

Moving Forward With Asset Management


Where are we now?


Leadership


Infrastructure Challenges


Information Strategies


Planning Strategies


Financial Strategies


Team Building


Asset Management Plan

Information Strategies


What do we need to know about data
management?


How is data used and collected?


Are software systems / GIS right for me?


How can I integrate data and databases?


How do I choose a vendor?


What range of tools are available and how do
they fit together?

How can we manage our assets if we
don’t know what we have?

Infrastructure and Land Development
Project Procurement

Capital
Planning

Preliminary
Design

Topographic
Survey

Detailed
Design

Construction

As
-
Built Data
Collection

As
-
Built Data
Reduction

“GIS


the hub
around which
infrastructure

and
land development
projects



and
asset
management
revolve”


Geodatabase


Definition


GIS (Geographic Information System)


a collection
of people, process, hardware and software used for
capturing, managing, analyzing and displaying all
forms of geographically referenced information

It’s not all about a technology “solution”!

Definition


Geodatabase



a single database designed to
store, query and manipulate geographic
information (spatial database)

Geodatabase

Location

Features

Attributes

Police

Emergency
Services

Finance

Environmental

Services

Economic
Development

Transportation
and Roads

Storm

Water

Sanitary

Licensing and
Permitting

Buildings

Public Works

Planning and
Development

Geodatabase

Location

Features

Attributes

Police

Emergency
Services

Finance

Environmental

Services

Economic
Development

Transportation
and Roads

Storm

Water

Sanitary

Licensing and
Permitting

Buildings

Public Works

Planning and
Development

PSAB 3150

IT / GIS

Definition

Asset Management



Asset Management can be
defined as an integrated approach involving
planning, engineering and finance to effectively
manage existing and new municipal
infrastructure in a sustainable manner to
maximize benefits, reduce risk and provide
satisfactory levels of service to the community
user in an environmentally and ecologically
responsible manner



NAMWG (National Asset Management Working Group)

Analogy

Geodatabase Data Characteristics


Spatial Data


where are the features located?


Attribute Data


what are the feature properties?


Spatial Data


Spatially correct


features in the correct location


Spatially Coordinated
-

Coordinate System


The Sky’s the Limit!


Engineering planning


diameters, materials,
elevations, specifications etc.


Public Works


service records, location,
specifications, condition etc.


Capital Planning (Asset Management)


age,
condition, service life


Financial



age, cost, amortization


Emergency Response


hydrant locations and
types, road networks and traffic control


Attribute Data

Geodatabase Data Population

Consider the following 2 input streams:

1.
Active data population
-

existing digital
plans, hardcopies, field surveys etc.

2.
Infrastructure change (new construction and
maintenance/operations)
-

ensuring data is
recorded as infrastructure and land use
changes (MMCD Municipal CAD Standards
Project)




Accuracy


Accuracy requirements determines data
collection methods


What will the data be used for?


No engineer will use 10 year old geodatabase
data, that was recorded with millimeter
accuracy, for detailed design purposes


Data Collection

1.
Cadastre first!

2.
Existing digital drawings

3.
Paper drawings (scanning)

4.
GPS / Total Station

5.
Data collection as part of both
infrastructure and land development
projects




How can you manage your assets if
you don’t know what you have?

Asset Management

GIS


and

Geodatabase

Capital
Planning

Preliminary
Design

Topographic
Survey

Detailed
Design

Construction

As
-
Built Data
Collection

As
-
Built Data
Reduction

MMCD Municipal CAD Standards Project


CAD Standards


Design objects attribute rich (Civil 3D)


Post Construction Submissions


Easily move data to geodatabase
immediately uponh project completion


Data entry must be recognized as an
elemental component of the project


Technologies and Vendors

Survey


Trimble


Leica


Sokkia


Topcon

Design


Autodesk


Softree


Carlson

Construction


Trimble


Leica


Sokkia


Topcon


Safe FME

GIS


ESRI ArcGIS


Autodesk


Sequel Server


Oracle

Asset
Management


Hansen


CityWorks


MIMS


Riva


Infrastructure
2000


Harfan


CityWide


If it were only that easy!

Technologies and Vendors

1.
Level of Service
Required

2.
Size

of Municipality

3.
Interoperability

(leverage data)

4.
Budgeting



how much will it cost
to do what we need to do


Strategic Planning

Planning is dynamic!

Information Strategies (Summary)

1.
GIS, Infrastructure /Land Development and
Asset Management
processes will benefit all
municipal departments, and taxpayers

2.
Many
stakeholders

(internal/external in
infrastructure data)

3.
GIS must function
prior to undertaking Asset
Management

4.
Data storage needs to be
centralized

5.
Geodatabase

6.
Put a
plan

in place



Information Strategies (Review)


What do we need to know about data
management?


How is data used and collected?


Are software systems / GIS right for me?


How can I integrate data and databases?


How do I choose a vendor?


What range of tools are available and how do
they fit together?


Thank You!

Andrew Walther, P.Eng.

andrew@apwengineering.com

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