Government Contract | Vermont
Burlington Asset Management Program Phase II

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00001078580

Bid Title: Burlington Asset Management Program Phase II

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 09/04/2017

Close Date: 09/29/2017

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Burlington, Vermont

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 09/18/2017

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:While the City of Burlington is looking for the following scope of work, , we encourageproposals to include different steps, identifying the associated logic related to the changes,should they feel they are necessary to lead to the best possible project. In all workshops in whichfleet asset management is to be discussed, the work must build on materials and outcomes of thefleet assessment so as to not duplicate or redirect the work done by the fleet assessment processA. Train staff and develop an Asset Management PlanThe following tasks define a process designed to lead Public Works and Parks decisionmakers through a workshop based process that will serve to train, build consensus, anddevelop the content of the Asset Management Plan (AMP). The AMP is defined as "Aplan developed for the management of one or more infrastructure assets that combinesmulti-disciplinary management techniques (including technical & financial) over the lifecycle of the asset in the most cost effective manner to provide a specific level of service."The goal of this process is to not only develop a Plan, but to instill a sense of ownershipin the Plan among the staff who participate. The consultant will plan and lead theactivities identified herein, and City decision makers will participate as members of theteam.The term decision makers refers to City staff who hold a supervisory role and/orinfluence decision making within the organization, are willing and able participants, andare ready to share responsibility for implementing the AMP developed through thesetasks. The City will select staff from the field, operations, and engineering who meetthese requirements. The City expects the selected consultant will assist with determiningthe appropriate composition of this team. The City Asset Management leader (previouslyintroduced) is also a decision maker.The scope covers assets in the Citys Department of Public Works, including the TrafficDivision, and those in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Waterfront system.A.1 Kick-off and Asset Management Training WorkshopParticipants: Related City decision makers (maximum 4 from each workshop)and Asset Management leaderTime: 5 hours (1 hour kick-off meeting, followed by 4 1-hour workshops withbreaks)Location: In a City conference room equipped with a white board and aprojection screen (or suitable wall).The kick-off meeting will consist of team introductions, review of this scope,deliverables, process, schedule and communications with time for questions andanswers.The Asset Management Primer Workshop will draw on information availablefrom the EPA, ISO 55000 and other sources interjected with the consultantsexperience and insight on Asset Management best practices. For attendees whoare already educated in Asset Management the course material will be familiar,while others will find the material new and informative. For all it will be anopportunity for consensus building as we engage City participants with questionsand discussion points designed to help decision makers form consensus.Topics included in the Asset Management Primer Workshop should include,though may be expanded beyond: Why we need Asset Managemento Business drivers in the municipal environment What is Asset Managemento Illustrative views to define asset managemento Asset Management best practices Inventory Condition and Performance Components of Risko Consequences of Failure and Criticalityo Likelihood of Failureo Failure modeso The Risk matrix for guiding actions and decisions Applications of Risko CIPo Risk Based Inspections Life Cycle Costingo Triple bottom line costso Application for project selection Long term forecastingo Deterioration curves (aka survival curves) The Asset Management Systemo Policies, Processes, People, Tools, Information Systems

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Product Codes: 95805, 91849, 91897

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: City of Burlington

State: Vermont

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Martha Keenan, Public Works 645 Pine Street, Burlington, Vermont, 05401

Phone: 802-540-0701

Email: mkeenan@burlingtonvt.gov

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