ACEAM is a boutique asset management practice that provides services to all tiers of government and private facility operators. Our core expertise is in asset management implementation, asset valuations, niche programs of tailored training and staff recruitment for local governments.

The ACEAM philosophy is to engage in-house champions in good practice asset management by implementing tools and methods specific to organisational needs. It is all about providing the basis for an organisational asset management framework. Our methods are simple but robust – we facilitate the development of the most appropriate asset management frameworks without reinventing the wheel, using our Step-Watch Method. Internal staff becomes champions of change. Our track record in hundreds of successful sites across Australia is testimony to the success of these methods and programs.

Our Asset Management Projects are about mentoring and facilitating needs based culture change exercise. Each element of the Asset Management Implementation below is part of the culture change journey.

ACEAM’s core expertise covers roads, bridges, parks and open spaces, buildings, facilities, fleet, storm-water, sewerage and water reticulation infrastructure. The reason for the longevity of our methods of consulting and training is the long term relationships with councils. Most of our sites are in their eighth year of an on-going relationship.

At ACEAM, we work as part of Council’s project teams to develop methodologies and practice guidelines from the ground up, which engages support for the Asset Management framework at all levels in the organisation. Grass-root implementation provides a hands-on approach to mentor, guide, assist and up skill our clients in the implementation of their Asset Management frameworks.

ACEAM has a very strong presence in all Australian states. We are on the preferred supplier list for asset management training and consulting in Queensland (LG Buy) and Western Australia (WALGA).

What is new about us?
Our continuous improvement process in providing clients with purpose built methods has meant that we have recently started developing frameworks and guidelines for climate change practice in local government. Our most recent methods include:

  1. NGER and CPRS legislative frameworks.
  2. Data capture guidelines – sustainability parameters.
  3. Accredited personnel to undertake green star rating assessments.
  4. Accredited personnel to undertake energy efficiency assessments (Federal initiative).
  5. Frameworks of prediction modeling using sustainability criteria to calculate carbon footprints.
  6. Application of star-rating frameworks in local government service level measurements.
  7. Multi-criteria financial and engineering model development.