Asset Management


Clients with large portfolios of physical assets often struggle with identifying, prioritizing, budgeting, and planning for maintenance and repairs. Utilizing an asset management program based on a systematic methodology customized to the organization’s needs can greatly ease this challenge to provide a more calculated and clearer path forward. WJE draws upon decades of experience to accurately identify and decipher conditions present and determine how they may contribute to near term or future problems, as well as assess the relative significance of diverse conditions across the portfolio.

Any organization with a large number of physical assets and limited resources can benefit from a systematic approach to objectively gather and compile condition and operational information to make data-informed decisions about repairs, maintenance, replacement, or reinvestment of resources within their portfolio. The better the information that goes in, and the clearer the understanding of your organization’s context, the easier it is to make informed decisions, especially when the right answer isn’t obvious. By incorporating this information into an interactive, updatable database—rather than stacks of reports—strategic decisions can more easily be made.

In the realm of building enclosure and structural assets, owners have a lot of discretion about how to manage maintenance and repair needs. WJE develops and consistently applies technically rigorous prioritization systems to help owners discern next steps.

An interactive asset management database is increasingly imperative to steward any organization’s large or complex portfolio with a proactive, long-term approach. WJE creates custom applications with such resources on projects to empower clients to harness their amassed data for decision making.

  • Risk assessment and prioritization of repairs

  • Long-range planning assistance driven by data digitally collected in the field and professional experience on thousands of investigation and repair projects

  • Visual survey and condition assessment

  • Service life assessments

  • Repair recommendations

  • Cost estimating and capital reserve studies

  • Database development

  • Client user interface to concurrently review conditions of all assets in real time