INNOVATION IN ASSET LIFECyCLE INFORmATION mANAgEmENT
Bristol water plc
enterprise Management of street works noticing
Bristol, united kingdom
In 2008, Bristol Water implemented Bentley’s exor Street Works manager to
meet Traffic management Act 2004 requirements. The water supply company
had been incurring penalties and fines due to poor performance. Bentley worked
with Bristol Water to develop solutions that improved asset management and
reporting, including an executive dashboard to manage noticing and street
works activities and provide monthly performance reports.
This solution reduced fixed-penalty notices and Section 74 fines by 20 percent
annually. The asset management application allowed Bristol Water to draw
information from disparate data silos and provide required reports to the
national Joint Utilities Group. A new customer-facing, web-based GIS solution
allowed customers and the public to view street works and the call center to
respond more quickly to complaints.
crossing london and South east england, crossrail is a massive rail project
that includes twin 21-kilometer tunnels and eight major stations. The crossrail
Asset Information management System (AImS) was designed to ensure the
railway can be operated and maintained efficiently and effectively over its life.
crossrail’s AImS will record more than 2 million assets ranging from concrete
structures to ventilation systems.
Asset Information Management system
London and South East England, united kingdom
crossrail chose eB Insight as the foundation for AImS to ensure delivery of
timely, quality asset information. extending the Bentley software to support
AImS reduced the number of system interfaces required. eB Insight also
provided crossrail with a single source of asset information to reduce ambiguity