History and Milestones of Our 10 Years of Growth and Success

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Bill Roth

Bill Roth



Kyle Christiansen


What is Integrated Asset Management?

Capitol Planning Diagram

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.

K-12 Education

School Building

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 K-12 Education institutions who are looking to enhance their existing Asset Management programs in pursuit of an integrated capital renewal and maintenance planning program.

  • Condition Assessments
  • Capital Renewal Planning
  • Asset Management Database Maintenance
  • Asset Management Software Selection and Implementation
  • Data Mining and Analytics
  • Accessibility Assessments
  • Energy Auditing and Consulting
  • Equipment Inventory and Tagging
  • Preventative Maintenance Planning
  • Facilities Management Plans and Consulting
  • Green Building Strategies, Policies and Procedures
  • LEED and BOMA BEST Facilitation
  • Building Performance Consulting
  • Commissioning
  • Re/Retro commissioning
  • Thermography


Increasing Pressures Faced by School Facilities in 2022. How is a School System to Cope?

Current pressures on school systems have increased steadily over the last 60 years due to changes and challenges in public policy, public accommodation, public safety, and public health. However, the challenges within within just the last couple of years has again increased the pressure faced by school systems. The past 60 years has been marked by significant challenges in each decade. These decade driven challenges have included:

  1. 1950’s – Start of the baby boom generation led to increasing school demand
  2. 1960’s – Desegregation and busing of students, increasing school capacity by shifting populations.
  3. 1970s – Introduction of Title 9 in 1972, expanding facilities and resources for both genders. Increasing focus on sports, expanding the need for practice space, competition venues, and spectator venues.
  4. 1980’s – Introduction of computers into schools, expanding school spending for technology.
  5. 1990’s – ADA accessibility changes introduced, expanding design considerations for handicapped individuals that has put pressure on restroom, parking, pavement, pathways, vertical circulation, and classroom design.
  6. 2000’s – Increasing cultural diversity and population changes caused by open borders and rapid changes in demographics causing constant discussions on enrollments, school locations, and school choice.
  7. 2010’s – Safety pressures from gun violence and terrorist plots have increased the presence of safety cameras and staff.

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 80 full-time professionals include experts in all facility and infrastructure related disciplines.

Client Successes