What is property asset management?
Property asset management is the process of monitoring and maintaining property assets and its values. Effective property management can help with
- Managing risk
- Minimising costs
- Maximising value and performance
- Extending an asset’s useful life
- Ensuring peace of mind to the end use
Why should you choose WSP as your property asset managers?
Our heritage of managing buildings related assets, both directly and on behalf of our clients, spans 125 years. This unique history gives us a tremendous awareness of the trends and issues faced by property portfolio owners.
Building asset management is a rapidly evolving field, Our local and international experiences enable us to understand new trends including the introduction of new international standards, technological advances such as Building Information Modelling (BIM), smart buildings, and an enhanced understanding of the performance enabling importance of buildings assets.
Our clients are drawn from all industry sectors and incorporate all property types. The combination of deep technical expertise of building systems, a fine appreciation of property market dynamics, and a keen focus on the needs of our clients and the challenges they face enables us to resolve complex investment decisions and deliver exceptional results from property portfolios.
We believe that the application of our Asset Management principles will greatly assist your organisation to achieve:
- Effectiveness – through assets providing services as defined
- Cost efficiency – through assets providing services at least whole-of-life cost
- Sustainability – through assets providing services long term, eliminating detrimental environmental, social or financial impacts.
- Asset Management Strategy / Planning Policy Frameworks
- Business Case Development
- Whole of Life Cost Analysis
- Service Levels and Performance Measures
- Asset Management Maturity
- Building and Portfolio Insurance Valuations
- Asset Management Database Software
- Condition Survey Assessments
- Dilapidation Surveys
- Due Diligence Evaluations
- Long Term Maintenance Plans