Asset Management

WSP plays a leading role in the development and growth of advanced asset management practices across the globe

Imagine High Performance

Globally, Asset Management is bringing about a paradigm shift in how we care for the critical infrastructure on which we depend upon so greatly. Asset Management is focused on extracting value from our assets. It is about ensuring that we are doing the right amount of work, at the right time, at the right cost, to deliver the right level of service. It is a balancing act between what we can afford and what we need to provide. It is a shift away from reacting to failed assets to more preventive approaches.

High performance asset management drives the efficiency of asset intense businesses and enables them to adopt more economic and sustainable working practices. Case studies and global benchmarks demonstrate significant productivity benefits, improvements in service delivery performance, as well as reducing organization risk and increasing workforce safety. 

Improving Resilience to Natural Disasters and Pandemics - The Asset Management Response to COVID-19
Reducing Operating Expenses Through Maintenance Optimization
ISO-55001 Adoption What is it Who is using it How it benefits us
Asset Valuations - Financial and Investors View of Managing Assets

Data Rich, Information Poor - Adding Value Through Improved Data Management

Supporting Strategic Business Transformation in Asset Management through Organizational Change Management
Asset Management Planning for Critical Infrastructure
Asset Management Maturity Assessment


Dr. Christian Roberts
Senior Vice President Business Line Director, Asset Management and Business Advisory
United States
Joseph Wong
Director of Transport & Infrastructure, WSP in Asia
Jamie Maslen
Technical Executive
Martin Gordon
Director, Asset Management, Canada
Thomas Goodyer
Head of Strategic Asset Management
United Kingdom
Rebecca Grill
Business Advisor, Rail Advisory