Asset Management Lifecycle

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The decision to acquire a new asset requires an informed and proactive approach to investment.


It is critical that any new asset is engineered to realise its full return on investment.


Procurement needs to be carefully managed to ensure quality and delivery requirements are met.


An asset must be manufactured in accordance with engineering design specifications to ensure productivity demands can be achieved.


Correct installation is critical if an asset is to realise its full return on investment.


Timely preventative/predictive/conditional maintenance is important to ensure minimum downtime.


At the end of the lifecycle, an asset needs to be disposed of accordingly, whilst provisioning for the replacement of a new asset.


To maximise output, an asset must be maintained in line with its specifications, taking into account the external conditions in which it is required to operate.

Berg takes a holistic view in regard to asset maintenance, believing there is more to maintenance that simply regular servicing and repairs.

We believe regular asset maintenance is key to delivering optimum performance to achieve a full return on investment.

Maintenance should not be a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. An asset’s performance can be enhanced through a tailored service and asset maintenance plan, taking into consideration elements unique to that particular asset.

Berg is currently the maintenance service provider of choice for a number of our clients in the water, alumina, sugar, power, and oil and gas industries.

We draw on our experience and knowledge to offer the following services to extend asset life and reduce overall cost-of-ownership for our clients:

  • Maintenance cost optimisation
  • Asset review
  • Maintenance program development
  • Repairs
  • Warranty management (including servicing)
  • Safety assessments
  • Performance reporting
  • Lifecycle management
  • Retirement planning
  • Cloud-based management systems.