According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, America’s infrastructure scores a D+, which means many of the nation’s assets are at or beyond their useful life. While communities around the world understand that infrastructure supports all facets of our daily lives and serves as a critical economic driver, they are also at a crossroads in figuring out how to prioritize the work that needs to occur and determine how to pay for it. Deferred maintenance may offer short-term savings, but it’s generally a greater expense in the long run.
At WithersRavenel, we help our clients break the cycle of underfunding infrastructure investments by showing them when and where infrastructure is likely to fail, and then developing a roadmap that aims to stop these failures before they happen.
WithersRavenel’s infrastructure asset management team transforms data into intelligence and merges it with engineering and financial know-how to guide our clients through monitoring assets, predicting failures, prioritizing projects, and planning and paying for infrastructure investments.
Documentation & Training