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1 Airport Asset Management ACRP 1-16 Update David Hein, P. Eng., Principal Engineer Vice-President, Transportation

2 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 2 Outline Background to the project What is Holistic Asset Management? Main Findings of the Research Getting Started Primer Highlights Guidebook Highlights Conclusions

3 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 3 Project Team GHD Consulting Inc. Principal Investigator: Larissa James Shivprakash Iyer Crystal McNeely Wayne Francisco Duncan Rose Sophie Denford Keith Brown Christian Roberts Rex Harland Colin James Scott Sellers TransSolutions LLC Gloria Bender Rex Roe Applied Research Associates Inc. David Hein Allen Parra Lawrence Smith PE

4 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 4 ACRP Project Objectives Primer for executive-level decision makers at airports of all sizes Overview of an asset and infrastructure management program Components Benefits and costs Guidebook Instruction in the development and implementation of an asset and infrastructure management program Captures best management practices Provides guidance in developing and incorporating asset and infrastructure management programs at airports of all sizes

5 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 5 ACRP Panellists Chair Ms. Karen Scott, P.E. Deputy Executive Director - Planning & Engineering Louisville Regional Airport Authority Members Ms. Carol M. F. Davis Vice President, Asset Management DFW International Airport/Asset Management Mr. Josh Francosky, AAE Senior Airport Planner Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Mr. Royce Holden IT Director Asheville Regional Airport Ms. Joyce K. Johnson President CAD Concepts, Inc. Ms. Therese "Teri" Norcross, CPA Finance Manager Missoula County Airport Authority FAA Liaison Mr. Kevin C. Willis Airport Compliance Officer Federal Aviation Administration FHWA Liaison Mr. J. B. "Butch" Wlaschin, P.E. Director, Office of Asset Management Federal Highway Administration Other Liaison Mr. Matthew J. Griffin Manager Policy and Regulation Airports Council International - North America TRB Liaison Mr. Thomas Palmerlee Associate Division Director Transportation Research Board ACRP Staff Ms. Marci A. Greenberger, AAE Senior Program Officer Transportation Research Board Airport Cooperative Research Program Ms. Tiana M. Barnes Senior Program Assistant Transportation Research Board

6 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 6 Key Airport Participants Long Survey Participants Miami International Corpus Christi International Toronto Pearson International Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int. Churchill Manitoba Jackson Municipal Minneapolis/St. Paul International Sacramento International Fresno Yosemite International Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Chicago OHare International Dallas/Fort Worth International Reno-Tahoe International McCarran International Bangor International Greenville Spartanburg International Palm Springs International Jacksonville International Oakland International Charlottetown Memphis International Seattle Tacoma International Vancouver International Winnipeg Airports Authority Springfield Branson National Salt Lake City International Louisville International Louis Armstrong New Orleans Int. Addison San Francisco International Tallahassee Regional Washington Dulles International Nashville International Gatwick, UK Short Survey Participants Large Hub Addison Arlington Municipal Baltimore Washington International Chicago OHare International Denver International Detroit Metro George Bush Intercontinental Minneapolis/ St. Paul International Medium Hub Austin Bergstrom International Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Colorado Springs Municipal General Mitchell International Lambert St. Louis International Manchester Boston Regional Memphis International Sacramento International South West FL. International Vancouver International Albuquerque International Non-Hub Bangor International Grand Canyon National Park Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority Missoula International Pittsburgh International Saint John Airport Canada Small Hub San Diego International Atlantic City International Baton Rouge International Corpus Christi International Des Moines International Fresno Yosemite International Gerald Ford International Greenville Spartanburg International Huntsville International Long Island Macarthur Preston Smith International Tallahassee Regional Tucson International Tulsa International Valley International Wichita Mid-Continent Site Visits Dallas/Fort Worth International Miami International Addison Greenville Spartanburg International Sacramento International Toronto Pearson International Airport Bangor International Gatwick London Brisbane Airport Corporation Auckland Charlotte Douglas International Conference Calls Port Authority of NY and NJ Port of Seattle Sarasota International Denver International Cincinnati International

7 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 7 What is Holistic Asset Management? Systematic and coordinated activities and practices through which an organization optimally and sustainably manages its assets and asset systems, their associated performance, risks and expenditures over their life cycles for the purposes of achieving its organizational strategic plan. An organizational strategic plan is defined as: Overall long-term plan for the organization that is derived from, and embodies its vision, mission, values, business policies, stakeholder requirements, objectives and the management of its risks. Source: PAS 55 Part

8 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 8 Main Findings of the Research Aviation Planning, Seattle- Tacoma International Airport, Asset Management is a planned and proactive strategy for optimizing the life of vital facilities. The business management practices are based on total cost of ownership for ongoing renewal, maintenance and operation. They are a source of competitive advantage and critical to the long term stewardship of airport infrastructure An holistic approach to asset management helps infrastructure managers to: Do more with less Identify and manage risks to the business Make better investment decisions Extend asset life, reduce downtime, achieve better control over performance Align decision makers to a common purpose Respond more easily to changes in the regulatory and commercial environment Examples: 15% increase in pavement life Roof condition maintained with 30% reduction in budget

9 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 9 Available Standards No current standard for holistic infrastructure management in the US ISO series of standards currently under development Using the British Standards Institute Publicly Available Specification PAS 55 as a basis Due for completion by end of 2013 Recognized guidebooks for infrastructure asset management International Infrastructure Management Manual: Institute of Public Works Engineering, Australia (IPWEA) National Asset Management Steering Group, New Zealand (NAMS)

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11 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 11 Asset Management Enablers Review infrastructure management to indentify poor performers related to best practices Support asset management vision Provide centralized leadership for AM Improvement Plan Assign a Champion for AM Implementation Program

12 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 12 What Asset Management could mean to you? CEO and BoardBetter understanding of future needs to service customers competitively Budget and FinanceReduce unforeseen post-budget capital needs Provide 10 year and beyond forecast of capital, operations, maintenance needs Price forecasts to address changing infrastructure investment needs Planning ManagerPlanning requirements for infrastructure and assets included in airport asset management plans Engineering ManagerGreater lead time on project work load, processes for continuous improvement in design and construction standards, improved engineering records, data and knowledge management Operations ManagerSupport for and focus on achieving operating efficiency and effectiveness, and service level outcomes Maintenance ManagerIncreased support for improved maintenance processes and practices Environmental ManagerAwareness of the environmental consequences of infrastructure failures and ability to pre-plan mitigations Information TechnologyGreater awareness and understanding of the specific system functionalities needed to support the business

13 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 13 Model Fit with Airport Planning Approaches

14 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 14 Asset Management Governance Do you know the required service function of each asset and how the asset is performing in that context? Do you know what assets you have and their condition? Are you actively managing risk? Do you have documented operation, maintenance and capital investment plans? Are you balancing business risk with long-term funding and management improvement strategies?

15 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 15 Governance Structures

16 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 16 Best Management Practices – Asset Management Planning AMP Landside and Airside Facility and Systems AMPs Asset Strategies – MMI (Maintenance Managed Item) Level Levels of Service Conveyor Baggage Handling System Passenger Boarding Bridge Lift Column

17 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc Step Process to Asset Management Source: US EPA Asset Management Training

18 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 18 Asset Management Systems Integration between financial and technical data and information Decision support tools to analyse asset data and information for optimized investment decision making

19 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 19 Getting started ACRP Primer – The what and why for Executive Management Overview of an asset and infrastructure management program Components Benefits and costs ACRP Guidebook – The how for Implementers Overview of how to implement a framework, develop and implement Asset Management Plans Undertake continuous improvement reviews

20 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 20 Primer – Table of Contents Why Asset Management for Airports? What can Asset Management do for you? Introduction and Primer Overview Introduction to Asset Management Asset Management Policy Asset Management Objectives, Strategies and Plans Asset Management Enablers Implementation of Asset Management Plans Performance Assessment and Improvement Management Review Pulling it all Together: Implementing an Asset Management Framework Concluding Observations

21 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 21 Primer Highlights Undertake an asset management maturity/gap assessment to prioritize an implementation roadmap: Primer Table of Contents What does Asset Management do for you? Introduction and Primer Overview Introduction to Asset Management Asset Management Policy Asset Management Objectives, Strategies and Plans Asset Management Enablers Implementation of Asset Management Plans Performance Assessment and Improvement Management Review Pulling it all Together: Implementing an Asset Management Framework Concluding Observations Series 1 = Your Assessment Series 2 = Top 10 % of Airports in the US Series 3 = Best Appropriate Practice

22 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 22 Guidebook – Table of Contents Introduction and Guidebook Overview Implementing an Asset Management Framework: Establishing the Foundation Asset Management Objectives Asset Management Strategies and Plans Airport Information and Data Systems Implementation of Asset Management Plans: Lifecycle Processes and Best Appropriate Practices Performance Assessment and Improvement Management Review

23 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 23 Guidebook Highlights Small Municipal Airport Asset Management Plan (Excerpt)

24 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 24 Guidebook Highlights

25 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 25 Guidebook Highlights Pavement Management Distress Condition

26 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 26 Guidebook Highlights Life-Cycle Cost Components

27 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 27 Guidebook Highlights Risk Management Plan for a Small Airport

28 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 28 Guidebook Highlights Decision Support Tools

29 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 29 Example 10 Step Process (Boarding Bridge) 1.Develop asset registry 2.Assess Performance and Failure Modes a)Level of service failure b)Economic efficiency failure c)Physical mortality d)Capacity 3.Determine Residual Life 4.Determine Life-Cycle and Replacement Costs 5.Set Target Levels of Service 6.Determine Business Risk/Criticality a)Loss of service impact b)Public health and safety

30 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 30 Example 10 Step Process (Boarding Bridge) 6.Determine Business Risk/Criticality (Continued) c)Loss of service impact d)Public health and safety e)Airport credibility f)Cost of failure (restoration cost) g)Resource and operational impacts h)Level of service impact i)Regulatory violations, air/water/land contamination 7.Optimize Operations and Maintenance Investment 8.Optimize Capital Investment 9.Determine Best Funding Strategy 10.Document the Asset Management Plan

31 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 31 Detailed 10 Step Analysis Example 10 Step Asset Management Plan development process: Example for a Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB)

32 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 32 Guidebook Highlights Also includes a summary of best appropriate practices: Master Planning Project Initiation and Delivery Master Planning New Capital Asset Project Delivery Asset Commissioning Maintenance Performance Monitoring Renewal and Decommissioning Planning Information Systems Data and Knowledge Retention Organization and People Commercial Tactics Asset Management Planning

33 Copyright All rights reserved. Applied Research Associates, Inc. 33 For more information contact: David Hein Larissa James


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