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Asset Management Delivery Model


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If you need an asset or a project implemented, you need to choose a professional epc firm that can deliver your project on schedule. Check out this informative guide to learn about UGL's asset management delivery model!

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Asset Management Delivery Model

  1. 1. UGL's asset management delivery model has enabled clients to see an increase in asset availability, dependability and safety performance that makes for a better service than their own end-clients. With that said, let's take a look at the asset management deliver model!
  2. 2. UGL's project delivery and implementation model provides comprehensive control and support services through the entire lifecycle of an asset. It consists of 10 phases that include: 1. Engineer 2. Construct 3. Fabricate 4. Manufacture 5. Commission 6. Operate 7. Maintain 8. Supply Chain & Technical Services 9. Refurbish & Upgrade 10. Decommission
  3. 3. The first phase of the asset management methodologies starts at engineering. UGL delivers solutions for every phase of the engineering process that's specific and customized to meet the client's requirements. From concept design to detailed design to simulation development, advanced engineering techniques sets the foundation of the project.
  4. 4. The next phase of the asset management delivery model includes constructing the design. By using robust planning paired with efficient procurement, UGL can ensure the construction delivery model is aimed to achieved the aligned outcomes for the client.
  5. 5. The third phase of the delivery model is the fabrication stage where UGL supports both the manufacturing and construction activities by collecting the raw materials needed to complete the project.
  6. 6. The fourth phase goes hand-in- hand with fabrication as the manufacturing phase combines capabilities across the entire company to meet the most demanding user requirements.
  7. 7. Commissioning is the most critical phase to the life of any asset and it involves a series of vital checks prior to operation to mitigate risk and to ensure the asset meets performance goals.
  8. 8. After the asset has been fully delivered and commissioned, it's ready to enter the operation phase. UGL trained technicians will provide support to ensure reliable operation after the asset is ready to be transitioned over to the client.
  9. 9. Assets will require regular monitoring and care to make sure it retains reliable and efficient performance. Long-term maintenance service extends the life of the asset to maximize investment and dependability.
  10. 10. In order to maintain sustainable asset performance, UGL provides an extensive range of spare parts and technical support to help in the efforts of strategic maintenance and component replacement activities.
  11. 11. Overtime, you may demand more from your asset and UGL can offer asset refurbishment and upgrade services. This can extend the life of the existing plant and/or equipment, which is a major cost benefit when you can restore and salvage asset capabilities instead of starting from scratch.
  12. 12. The last phase of the asset management delivery model is the decommission phase. All infrastructure assets have a finite economic life and UGL has the ability to restore the site to greenfield status in an environmentally-friendly manner.