President & CEO
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.
In this new ebook “Peeling the Onion on Integrated Asset Management (IAM)”, Bill shares this philosophy and breaks down this effective approach to IAM framework layer by layer, providing you with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate this complex process.
At Roth IAMS, our team of full-time experienced professionals include experts in all facility and infrastructure disciplines. They are here to guide you through the Asset Management Process. Below are a wide range of services we provide to Higher Education institutions who are looking to enhance their existing Asset Management programs in pursuit of an integrated capital renewal and maintenance planning program.
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.
Like many higher education institutions across the United States, the Coastal Operations team, and the University of Mississippi (USM Coastal) has struggled to build and maintain the momentum required to define and address its growing Deferred capital Renewal and Maintenance (DCRM) backlog.
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.
Roth IAMS was selected as the prime consultant by the University to provide FCAs as part of a multi-phase project. Phases 1 and 2 included assessments of 32 buildings (3.47 million square feet). The purpose of the FCAs is to update the University’s condition data for its campus to support more efficient and effective on-going capital planning. Roth IAMS staff used the University’s AVS tool to provide the FCA data, which is then uploaded into its Total Capital Planning Solution (TCPS) database.
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.
To meet the Government of Ontario’s vision for a Barrier-free Accessible Ontario by 2025, and the Durham College (College) commitment to provide equal access for their students and staff, the College embarked on a comprehensive analysis of the barrier-free accessibility needs at each of their facilities, located at their Durham and Whitby campuses. With the above in mind, the College retained Roth IAMS to undertake a comprehensive barrier-free accessibility assessment (BAA) of their facilities.