Asset Management

Critical planning for the long-term, sustainable management of your community.

At GM BluePlan, our asset management planning services will help you develop a strategic plan for municipal infrastructure assets, while ensuring sound stewardship of public funds and delivering value to residents, businesses, and visitors.

Our asset management plans are designed to support existing business processes and provide your team with a complete knowledge transfer.

Asset Management Project (AMP) Methodology

Our approach to developing Asset Management Plans (AMPs) is asset-centric, evidence-based, and level of service-based. Our AMPs result in prioritized tactical investments, complete with costs and impact that you can use, measure, and understand.

We focus on the tactical operationalization of infrastructure recommendations, rather than creating summary-level strategy documents. This approach has been tested and implemented on numerous projects, and is proven to deliver results that are effective long after project completion.

Before beginning any asset management project, we will make sure that we have a thorough understanding of the project objectives and constraints. Assets can vary extensively between projects, and we will ensure that your plans are aligned around a range of core municipal infrastructure assets.

Leadership & Expertise in Asset Management

Our team offers proven and unmatched experience for asset management projects in Ontario, with a dedicated Master Plan & Asset Management team that includes a number of team members focused on Infrastructure Planning and Asset Management.

Our in-depth knowledge and understanding of municipal infrastructure standards and business processes provides the foundation for our industry-leading asset management services.

Our team has a comprehensive knowledge of Ontario Regulation 588/17 – Asset Management Planning for Municipal Infrastructure. Senior GM BluePlan team members have provided input and guidance in the development of this regulation and accompanying policy documents. These contributions were the result of their leadership positions and involvement in the following groups:

Members of our leadership team are regularly consulted at the provincial level in planning and discussion sessions regarding municipal asset management and its future direction. Our team actively shares their expertise at technical and political forums, to help raise industry standards across Ontario.