Asset availability

We help you optimise your asset availability through targeted maintenance at minimum cost.

Our supportability specialists adopt a risk based, holistic approach to asset availability issues, helping you to achieve your assets’ availability, reliability and maintainability targets throughout projects’ life cycle.

Our pragmatic approach, combined with our unrivalled engineering design and analysis skills, help reduce the cost of ownership for your organisation.


Supportability management that reduces your risks

Offering through life support for your assets, we identify your availability, reliability and maintainability risks, developing pragmatic strategies to help you reduce these risks. Using modelling, prediction, reliability centred maintenance, and failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA)/failure modes and criticality analysis (FMECA), we undertake assessments of your equipment, developing design improvement programmes to address key issues and resolve technical problems.

We deliver planning and monitoring of your availability, reliability and maintainability testing, including growth and qualification tests and trials; and develop cases that provide progressive assurance that your supportability requirements are being addressed.

We can help you by:

  • Supporting your planning and procurement strategy development
  • Supporting your tender development and assessment
  • Offering programme management, including of supportability
  • Delivering supportability risk assessments and reviews
  • Undertaking maintenance planning and supportability analyses

Our skills include:

  • Availability, reliability and maintainability (AR&M)
  • Asset management
  • Dependability
  • Integrated logistic support
  • Logistic support analysis
  • Reliability optimisation
  • Maintenance optimisation
  • Obsolesence support
  • Reliability centered maintenance (RCM)
  • Maintenance task analysis
  • Through life support
  • Supply chain modelling

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