With the Indiana Finance Authority's State Revolving Fund (SRF) Loan Program's new requirements for communities to show their ability to accomplish Asset Management, we decided to create an infographic to show the good (just meeting the minimums), better, and best (going above and beyond) ways to present that information.
Asset management - how do you get started?
Asset management plans give you a plethora of useful information about your system. This information is most useful for identifying areas of greatest need. It can also be utilized when developing a capital improvement plan (CIP) or for utility master planning. Wouldn't it be nice to know which items need preventative maintenance and when? Asset management plans and CIPs can save you time, money, and headaches from potential emergency repairs by fixing problems before they start.
Are you a community in Indiana working on a Public Works project? Did you know that there are a variety of delivery methods, including obtaining quotes or bids and implementing a design-build or guaranteed savings project method? Refer to our quick reference on Project Delivery Alternatives.
Civil engineers are involved in the planning behind your everyday needs. Whether you are brushing your teeth, flushing the toilet, or driving across a bridge on your way to work, a civil engineer’s work affects these simple tasks many may take for granted.