Do you know the condition of your underground utilities?
Ellingson Companies‘ Infrastructure Management (EIM) provides visibility to the underground infrastructure within your facilities. EIM is a highly customizable analysis that provide practical ideas and strategies to plan for improvement by pro-actively addressing issues before they occur. Our team of engineers and professionals are well versed in all aspects of underground water, sewer and storm sewer pipelines. The process begins with a condition assessment to accurately identify the quality of the infrastructure. Next, the EIM team will work to develop an engineered plan and present this information to the client. A project analysis will then take place to review the assessment, surveys, GIS Mapping and implement a rehab plan before expensive failures occur.
- Interview with Facility Manager to identify past failures and future needs.
- Review and/or Develop GIS Mapping of the Sanitary and Storm drainage Systems
- Inspect Infrastructure by Cleaning, Televising and recording each component
- Review televised data and grade infrastructure based on its viability
- Compile an interactive Condition Assessment Report
- Prepare Improvement and Maintenance Plans
- Review Assessment, Surveys and GIS Maps with property management
- Educate property manager how to efficiently leverage the Condition Assessment report and Maintenance Plan to control future expenses associated with the infrastructure.
- Review the Improvement Plan and make cost efficient recommendations for sewer, water, and storm sewer infrastructure utilities through directional drilling, trenching and various other methods
Upon acceptance of the project analysis:
- Ellingson Infrastructure Management (EIM) team will assign a Project Manager and Superintendent, Prepare Repair Plan and Specifications for the project around the unique needs of the facility.
- Coordinate repairs between the facility manger, Utility companies and EIM Staff
- Schedule future consultations based on Condition Assessment Report and Maintenance Plan
Cost of Waiting
- Unscheduled Downtime
- Lost Production and Revenue
- Emergency, Disaster Repair Costs
- Increased Construction Costs
Don’t respond to emergencies. Avoid them.