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2003 – Contemporary Asset Management of Sydney’s Dams and Related Infrastructure

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David Snape and Brian Simmons

Sydney Catchment Authority (SCA) has been progressively enhancing its asset management capability for dams and other headworks infrastructure since 1999. A key to the development of the integrated asset management system has been the application of asset condition assessment and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) across the water supply mechanical and electrical assets. This has provided vital data necessary to:

  • Identify all the mechanical and electrical assets
  • Update the computerised maintenance management system database (MAXIMO)
  • Determine asset criticality against a range of factors
  • Allow review and rationalisation of maintenance work plans
  • Upgrade the System Management Plans

Asset management features as a key result area within the SCA’s Corporate Business Plan. Integrated asset management is achieved by cascading corporate outcomes, strategies, objectives and responsibilities down through divisional and team work plans to individual staff members. This paper covers a range of issues that have a bearing on the day-to-day integrity of the infrastructure required to deliver bulk raw water to the SCA’s customers.

The management of maintenance at Warragamba Dam is used as an example to demonstrate the effectiveness and practicality of the application of the contemporary asset management system.

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