Your community’s physical assets are among your most expensive resources. It is imperative your public works and transportation departments have the right people, plans, and processes in place to proactively maintain their resources and plan for their future replacement.
We recognize that there will always be competing interests between the level of service and its cost. Defining “good enough” is a significant challenge that is aided by knowing that the work is both necessary and delivered as efficiently as possible. As resources diminish, we often find that organizations become increasingly reactive at a significant cost both to current and future operations. We help you maintain planned, proactive approaches, which consistently generates a better, more cost-effective result, particularly when evaluated over time. Every organization develops traditions, practices, and routines. It is essential that these are subject to regular review and analysis to ensure that they continue to represent best practices that meet the needs of the community.