what we do

Asset Management

Asset management systems allow our clients to comprehensively manage their infrastructure assets, whether those are utilities, roads, transit, or other infrastructure. Our team can help you develop an asset management system to document historical information and the condition, location, and quantity of your assets. With this easily accessible information, your team will be able to visualize, analyze, and explore the many pieces of asset related data to make better decisions about maintenance and capital investments.

Swalley Irrigation System Asset Management System
Swalley Irrigation System Asset Management System
Deschutes County, Oregon
Client: Swalley Irrigation District

The Swalley Irrigation District is responsible for managing over 4,000 acres of irrigated lands for approximately 668 delivery accounts. To manage this large amount of water, Swalley turned to Parametrix to help setup a web map-based asset management system. The completed asset management system provides district staff access to dynamic maps in the field and in the office showing not only their infrastructure (pipes, valves, etc.) but also mapped water rights and leases. To aid in the district’s reporting requirements, the system also includes water transfer map templates.

 

VIEW OUR ASSET MANAGEMENT PROJECTS

  • Fruitland Mutual Water Company | Parametrix

    Fruitland Mutual Water Company

  • Swalley Irrigation System Asset Management System

    Swalley Irrigation System Asset Management System

  • Salmonberry Trail

    Salmonberry Trail

  • Washington Family Ranch Asset Management Development

    Washington Family Ranch Asset Management Development

  • Kitsap County Roadways

  • Mobile Mapping Inventory Pilot Project

Survey & Geospatial Services

“The survey work and documentation has proven to be accurate, well documented, and very helpful in resolving infrastructure problems on the west (Capitol) campus. The attitude of the Parametrix staff has always reflected the highest professional standards and a genuine commitment to excellence.”

David Scott, former Washington State Department of General Administration Facilities Senior Planner