Asset Management

Sacré-Davey understands that clients have complex operations with highly skilled resources, but often fail to meet expectations with new and existing production targets. With our strategic partner, Salvis Group, our multi-disciplined Asset Management (AM) team helps clients align their AM programs with strategic objectives.
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Asset Management (AM) is the “coordinated activity of an organization to realize value from assets” (ISO 55000). A mature asset management strategy reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of operating and maintaining assets while extending their life and mitigating the risk of failure and associated safety / production costs. Maintenance is a cost of doing business; however, AM optimizes maintenance dollars providing asset owner’s an objective, fact based responsible (defendable) way to make best use of limited resources and mitigate risk. 

With our strategic partner Salvis Group, we identify and define the gaps, design and provide a path forward with measurable gains, and assist or lead the implementation. We support clients in balancing costs, opportunities and risks, moving the organization toward performance targets, driving maximum value.

Operational Excellence
  • Leadership strategies for Asset Management
  • Operational readiness
  • Project delivery model planning
  • Workflow planning and execution
  • System gap analysis to ISO 55000
  • CMMS/EAM reviews
  • Equipment availability, productivity and OEE
Asset Integrity
  • Risk based inspections (API 580)
  • Fitness for service assessments 
  • Seismic assessments
  • Structural integrity management
  • Corrosion assessments
  • Reliability engineering programs
  • Equipment, tank and vessel assessment
  • Foundation settlement mitigation
  • Concrete/foundation rehabilitation
Sustaining Projects & Engineering
  • Work package backlogs
  • De-bottlenecking
  • Energy conservation & management studies
  • New plant design reviews
  • AACE cost estimating
  • Dust mitigation
  • Failure mode and effects analysis
  • HAZOP/HAZID studies

Learn more about Asset Management projects.