Defining a digital strategy to manage your built estate will contribute significantly to improving knowledge, informing accurate decision making and optimising asset management. It will also help to provide a best in class experience for your end user.
Organisations, owners and operators are all faced with a similar challenge. This is to balance the needs of the end user with the everyday cost of operating and maintaining a facility.What is the business need and how can I minimise risk to maintain maximum building availability?
For asset intensive businesses, the operating and maintenance costs form the most significant element of the life cycle profile. Yet many organisations lag behind in the adoption of new technology, methodologies and behaviours.
We work with our clients to sift through the complex web of terminology, third party applications and management practices. Developing and embracing a digital property strategy that best suits your business.
Whether that be a simple asset data structuring review, a process audit and gap analysis or a more complex digital twinning project. Our expertise will ensure you are best placed to take your built asset management strategy, embrace the digital opportunities and deliver the efficiencies you demand.
Using our unique technology tools, we work with our clients to:
Build a digital data strategy, aggregating and interpreting your data
Maintain data accuracy and implement process management
Drive benchmarking performance
Deep dive data analytics and hot spot analysis
Retrofit BIM/CoBIE elements intofacilities and property management
Technology adoption and implementation
Supply chain integration
Construction project hand over
Implementing a consistent and streamlined strategy allows organisations to better leverage technology across broad and geographically dispersed estates, where data creation, handling and storage is inconsistent and unreliable.
Industry recognises that the uptake of digital solutions in asset management, are predominantly driven by a lack of understanding of the real benefits, a clear line of return on investment and disconnected stages in the life cycle. Outsourcing also contributes significantly to a lack of take up as the responsibility is divested.