Asset Management. Presented by: Heather Himmelberger, P.E. Director, NM EFC New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference. What is an Asset?. Something you own that has value There can be assets that gain value over time…. or lose value over time. What is Asset Management?.
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Presented by: Heather Himmelberger, P.E.
Director, NM EFC
New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference
Maintaining a desired level of service (what you want your assets to provide) at the lowest life cycle cost (best appropriate cost - not no cost)
The main purpose of a Community or Utility is
not the management of the assets
We manage assets in order to provide the service!
Where is it?
What is the useful
What do I own?
What condition is it in?
What is its value?
8 to 12 Good Items
Items that are Measurable
Track Progress: Measure how well you’re doing
Customer Involvement/Customer Communication
What is the likelihood of failure?
What is the cost of the repair?
How do my assets fail?
What are the consequences of failure?
Probability of Failure
Which category of assets do I care the most about, the least?
Consequence of Failure
Replacement Capital Cost
Rehabilitation CostCore Component 4: Best Minimum Life Cycle Cost for CIP and O&M
Other $$: Legal, environmental, social, impact on other operations
Balancing O&M with Capital Costs
What funding do we need to properly operate the Utility?
Where will the funding come from?
Current State of the Assets
Long Term Funding Strategy
Minimum Life Cycle CostComponents are Interrelated; Process Can Start Anywhere
With these Conditions, Have to Be Smart About When to Do O&M, Repairs, Rehabilitation, and Replacement
Director, NM EFC
2445 Alamo, SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106