SPM Assets works with customers from A (airport terminal buildings) to Z (zoos), and everything in between. The asset management case studies on this page will show you in detail what we do, and how it benefits your organization.
Our experience in the asset management industry dates back to 2001 and covers over $100 billion of customer assets. For you, that means that we have the enterprise asset management tools and know-how to elevate your asset management strategy and planning.
SPM Assets has extensive experience in New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa and our infrastructure asset management software and services are now available in the US. In the case studies below, you'll see we have a strong emphasis on affordable housing and community asset management. Balancing the needs of preventative maintenance, urgent repairs, and s smart asset lifecycle management process makes a real difference to communities.
These asset management case studies highlight how we work with our customers to benefit them:
BGIS has partnered with SPM Assets to provide lifecycle intelligence to its facilities management clients across Australia and New Zealand. Two of these BGIS clients are JORN (Jindalee Operational Radar Network) and BAE Systems.
Wentworth Community Housing is a Tier 1 registered community-housing provider (CHP) managing almost 2,200 properties across New South Wales, Australia. To maintain Tier 1 CHP status, they must deliver the highest level of performance requirements and regulatory engagement, while managing their large scale operation. Find out how SPM Assets helps them achieve this.
Tāmaki Regeneration, jointly owned by the New Zealand Government and Auckland Council, is leading a first-of-its-kind urban regeneration programme along the Tāmaki Estuary in Auckland.
This Council is responsible for more than $3.0 billion of community assets, with a large property portfolio including buildings and structures such as; public swimming pools, childcare centres, community centres, libraries, public toilets, shade structures, and park amenities.
Hume Community Housing (HCH) is a community housing provider in Sydney, NSW that manages a growing property portfolio of over 1,300 properties across the Inner-West and Western suburbs of Sydney.
This client realised surveying 17 sites wasn’t feasible due to resource constraints, so a time-boxed approach to infield assessments was used, together with virtual data for rooms with a common layout.
The University of Southern Queensland has taken the 80/80/20 approach to strategic asset management. USQ is continually improving data, systems and processes and is seeing multiple benefits.
Cumberland Council realised that 90% of works being reactive plus paper-based data collection were holding it back. A planned approach has been implemented in workable stages.
Continuous improvement of Otago Polytechnic’s asset planning approach covers strategic asset management planning, lifecycle forecasts, and evidence-based business cases for capital spending decisions.
Hastings District Council’s long-term planning was hindered because data was stored in spreadsheets that could only be accessed by key staff. These problems were solved virtually overnight.
Housing Choices Australia (HCA) is a national, not-for-profit housing provider that currently manage over 3,200 housing properties in both Victoria and Tasmania. HCA engaged SPM Assets in early 2012 to implement a specialised configuration.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment sought to adopt a Building Information Modelling (BIM) process for the selection of materials, designs, and construction partners.
SPM Assets’ work with Wellington City Council will allow for evidence-based decision making and better portfolio management for future generations via improved management of whole-of-life costs.
SPM Assets software was integrated with BNZ’s operational and tactical in-house real estate system to provide strategic reporting and forecasting functionality.
Whanganui and MidCentral District Health Boards needed to integrate, manage, optimise and monitor strategic and operational-level asset management planning functions to improve decision making.
The unique nature of the NZ Historic Places Trust meant an increased emphasis on capturing specific characteristics of its heritage buildings, to improve long-term management and maintenance.
The formation of Australasia’s largest local government body required the alignment, integration and migration of complex legacy databases covering a diverse range of assets valued at over $1.8bn.