While volunteering at the Little Shop of Kindness in June, AMCL’s New York team connected with one of Team TLC’s lead volunteers and learned that they would be running a school supply drive throughout the summer. Their overall goal was to collect 250 backpacks filled with supplies such as lunch boxes, notebooks, rulers, etc. and donate them to NYC schools in need before students returned in early September.
AMCL Digital Specialist Alexander Damas and Water Sector Lead Matthew McConville published an article in the Autumn edition of the Institute of Water Magazine which provides some insights around our experience supporting water companies (and other asset-intensive organisations) to maximise the value of their data.
Describe your journey to AMCL and the opportunities provided since arrival I crossed paths with AMCL while working for a power utility. At the time the organization was pursuing ISO 55001 certification. I worked closely with AMCL to develop an Asset Information strategy. I was very impressed with AMCL’s work, and when the opportunity to […]
The AMCL New York team had their first Corporate Responsibility Day on June 27th and lent their help at Team TLC NYC’s Little Shop of Kindness. Team TLC NYC is an all-volunteer group proudly committed to providing basic needs and support to asylum seekers and migrants, and they were founded in June 2019, a year after the family separation crisis of 2018.
We’re looking forward to participating in the Middle East Rail Exhibition on May 15-16th in Abu Dhabi.
Come and see us on stand G62 in the UK Pavillion where we will be joined by our colleagues from The Asset Management Academy and Vertex Systems Engineering.
AMCL is pleased to announce that Doris Lee has joined the US team as West Coast Regional Manager. Doris has over a decade of experience helping asset-intensive organizations develop and implement asset management programs to optimize the value from their assets.
The Cairo Old Crocs play in the Dubai 7s, which is the largest sports and entertainment festival in the Middle East, and is part of the Rugby 7s World Tour. The team came second in the plate competition last time and hope to win the final next year.
AMCL has acquired IES, a Netherlands-based, independent consultancy that helps organizations implement asset management.
PT PLN (Persero) wants to be the leading electricity provider in Southeast Asia and recognises that implementing good practice Asset Management will help them achieve this and a number of other Corporate goals. AMCL was appointed to assess PT PLN’s Asset Management System and Maturity of their Asset Management capabilities and then implement a Roadmap of Improvements.
The UK Water Industry is preparing for its latest Price Review Period (PR24). With the UK’s Water Service Regulation Authority (OFWAT) recently releasing its final methodology. AMCL looks at what this means for Asset Management in the UK Water Industry.
Describe your journey to AMCL and the opportunities provided since arrival? From the first day of a 1 year’s stint on a mining site, followed by a 15-year career in the water industry and until now, I have been delivering in the area of Asset Management, focusing on achieving results, improving processes, outputs and even […]
ARTC are a vital link in the nation’s transport supply chain – building, maintaining and operating rail lines across the country to move freight and passengers safely, reliably, and efficiently.
They continue to invest in our 8,500km rail network, which spans five states, 39 worksites and the lands of more than 50 First Nations.
Institute of Water Magazine: Delivering Technology Change to Help Grow Water Company Asset Management Capabilities
AMCL technology change specialist Shyam Ramaiya and water sector lead Matthew McConville published an article in the winter edition of the Institute of Water Magazine. Providing advice around how to leverage the benefits of technology to improve ways of working and Asset Management capability.
New York Power Authority: Gap Assessment, Roadmap, Strategic Asset Management Plan and Asset Information Strategy
NYPA operates three large hydroelectric complexes: the Niagara Power Project, on the Niagara River in Lewiston; the St. Lawrence-Franklin D. Roosevelt Power Project, on the St. Lawrence River in Massena; and the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Power Project in the Catskill Mountains.
In 2015 Turner & Townsend AMCL Inc was engaged to help NYPA produce a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) for its Generation and Transmission Assets.
NWG needed to decide in a data driven and full-evidenced way what the optimal investment plan needed to be to achieve the best overall performance against regulatory targets but within funding and deliverability constraints. The current process and systems available were not able to fully support this approach.
The 6th Maintcon International Asset Management, Maintenance & Reliability Conference was held in Bahrain between the 27th and 30th November 2022. The theme of the conference was ‘Industry 4.0 – Industrial Innovation & Technologies in the New Normal’.
AMCL recently supported Northumbrian Water Group (NWG) to accelerate the development of an optimised asset investment plan for the remaining three years of the current AMP7 regulatory period (2020-2025).
Like most UK water companies
AMCL was represented at the 2022 IAM UK Chapter Conference in Birmingham, the first in-person since the pandemic, by James Carne, David Harman, Laura Hatton, and Kris Westall. The conference headline theme was, ‘What does Climate Emergency mean for Asset Management?’ and aimed at answering underlying questions such as:
How do we adapt our assets to reduce their environmental impacts whilst increasing their resilience?
We have large asset portfolios, so where do we start?
How do we plan for likely future scenarios and build the business case for investment?
Decision Support is a broad term used to group the organization’s capabilities that are key for providing information to decision-makers on what, when, why and where to invest in the asset portfolio. The client sought to benchmark against the global peer group and grow its Decision Support Capability.
The submission and acceptance by the regulatory stakeholders of the regulatory submissions was the trigger for programs of organizational change in this European Water Company. The Asset Investment Planning (AIP) capability improvement sought to drive incremental enhancement into the preparation of capital investment plans.