Asset Management

Asset Management

Our asset management experts help organizations find better and more cost-effective ways to track, manage, invest in, and optimize the purchase, maintenance, and disposition of their assets. We take a broad approach that looks at three key drivers of effective asset management: assets, data and information, and process and organization. From our perspective as engineers, geospatial analysts, capital planners, and information management specialists, we address the entire asset life cycle.


Ranging from fixed vertical and horizontal assets to dynamic assets like people, space, equipment, and fleet, we realize that our clients define their assets across a broad spectrum of their business. We support effective asset management programs that provide full visibility into an organization’s assets through inventory, condition assessment, capital planning, maintenance management, and business risk exposure tasks and metrics. To overcome our clients’ long-term challenges, we conduct scenario-based or needs assessments and develop custom solutions for growth, risk, resilience, code compliance, accreditation, or operational implementation.

Data and Information

We integrate enterprise geospatial and technology solutions with our engineering management services for water, wastewater, geospatial, and resilience projects. From technology assessment to linear/vertical geospatial asset management, we assist a broad spectrum of municipal and federal clients in the public, private, and classified sectors. Additionally, we support agile software and technology solutions development for desktop, mobile, and cloud.

Process and Organization

Using enterprise asset management (EAM) services, we are able to optimize utility management for our clients. Beginning with asset assessments for likelihood and consequence of failure, business risk, and resiliency evaluation this often includes computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) or EAM software implementation or upgrades. ArcGIS-based hydraulic modeling is also included extensively, which illustrates areas of present critical need and inevitable future service changes.

Dewberry® Services
  • Data collection
  • Asset and facility condition assessments
  • Asset inventory
  • Space needs management
  • Criticality modeling and analysis
  • Capital improvement and operational plans
  • Master planning
  • Business risk exposure
  • Enterprise GIS
  • Software and system assessments
  • CMMS systems management (service requests, work orders, and inspections)
  • Workflow analytics (AS-IS and TO-BE)
  • Modeling tools and business solutions
  • Infrastructure management
  • Network assessments and routing
  • Water and sewer modeling
  • AMI assessments
  • SCADA assessments
  • 3D modeling and BIM
  • Information and records management