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IMAGINE a world where your asset management plans are based on consistent and defensible data.
IMAGINE there was a way you could have all the data you need to make informed decisions, right at your fingertips.
IMAGINE not being stressed that your organization is underfunded and unequipped to deal with the politics and pressures when it comes to capital planning.
IMAGINE knowing that your high-performance facility management program is minimizing the impact your buildings and assets have on the world around you.
IMAGINE having the capability to make better business decisions. We want to help you make this your reality.
IMAGINE your organization’s buildings and assets just being...
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Traditional Asset Management has been executed through silos within organizations, with each department responsible for its own asset type (buildings, roads, water/wastewater, etc.) or a specific discipline associated with an asset and has focused on short term vs. long term goals. Based on our experience, this approach results in lost opportunity for asset and financial optimization.
We believe that by collaborating with all stakeholders, an integrated strategy will result in a more efficient and effective allocation of capital dollars, while leveraging assets towards the overall goals of our client.
Our consistent and defensible data has helped our clients secure over $5 Billion in additional renewal funding.
Our team has completed over 22,000 FCAs
Our team of over 100 full-time professionals include experts in all facility and infrastructure related disciplines.
The City of Kingston, which is located on the north shore of the convergence of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, was incorporated as a City in 1846. Over the years the City has steadily grown, and today, approximately 600,000 people call the City their home. The City manages a wide range of assets to provide the essential services to the Kingston community. Assets include administration buildings, maintenance and service buildings, community centres, etc.
Roth IAMS was awarded a two-year contract with the City of Calgary to complete condition assessments for all community associations in the City. The portfolio represents 67 community association sites (over 772,800ft2 of buildings). SLAM CAP was used to efficiently capture the information on site and generate the reports for the Community Associations.
Using visual sampling techniques, Roth IAMS was able to describe, technically assess and provide opinions as to the existing condition of structural, mechanical, electrical, interior, site and building envelope systems. RMWB had an Excel based report template, which Roth IAMS helped to enhance for their future use. A separate report was also prepared for each facility.
Following our successful project with the University of Saskatchewan, Roth IAMS was awarded a separate contract with the University of Regina (U of R), following a similar scope of work.Roth IAMS is providing BCAs for all on-campus buildings as well as a detailed Infrastructure Condition Assessment (ICA) for the surface and subsurface infrastructure across the campus.
For years the York Facilities Management Team recognized that it needed to increase its teams’ focus on Preventative Maintenance (PM) to reduce the costs and disruption associated with its Demand Maintenance needs. However, numerous internal false starts over the years were generally the result of a lack of capacity to build the initial momentum required to develop a sophisticated program. Finally in 2018, with support from its Board, York had the approved resources to partner with Roth IAMS to develop its PM program.