Implement solutions for operating, managing and assessing risk for critical built infrastructure.
Infrastructure managers around the world are responsible for the safety of aging structures and systems, many of which are still in operation 50 to 75 years after their original construction. To complicate matters further, the cost of constant physical inspections and maintenance continues to increase and information on asset design does not always reflect the reality of what was built when it comes to maintaining that asset in the real world.
Clarita has helped infrastructure construction and engineering firms bring new levels of resilience and performance to their critical asset infrastructure. We do this by partnering with solutions providers such as IBM Maximo to help organisations implement a systematic approach to operating and maintaining their assets. Clarita has helped clients to:
- Define information standards for locations, assets, meters, routes, job plans and planned maintenance (PM) schedules for effective transition between Design & Construct to Operate & Maintain stages
- Introduce mobile asset inspections and condition monitoring, eliminating paper and automating workflows
Overcome sector challenges
Deliver technical solutions that address unique challenges faced in building, operating and maintaining civil infrastructure.
Utilise tech advances
Leverage fast-moving technological innovation to unlock asset performance.
Obtain maximum value from your critical assets and within acceptable bounds of cost, quality and risk.
Achieve timely and precise interventions and reduce material use and inventory overheads.
Gain a Holistic view
Discover a ‘single view’ of your design, construction and maintenance operations.
Increase asset availability and efficiency, improve service delivery and drive revenue growth.
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