CommonCorridor™ approach bundles assets into multidisciplinary projects
WithersRavenel is pleased to introduce the CommonCorridor™ approach as an extension of its asset management programs. Unlike other infrastructure products and services, the CommonCorridor™ approach is an asset management strategy that seeks to end avoidable and costly rework. Operated by WithersRavenel’s lifecycle planning experts, this approach provides optimized investment strategies by overlaying multiple lifecycle model outputs for all infrastructure contained within a geographic area.
Through these models, pavement, water, sewer, stormwater, and other assets are bundled into multidisciplinary projects. With this approach, municipalities will have access to information that optimizes scheduling, work progress, and asset tracking concurrently. In the end, this approach saves communities time and money and uses fewer resources to sustain and improve the surrounding infrastructure.
“The CommonCorridor™ approach just makes sense,” states Steve Lander, PE, WithersRavenel’s Director of Pavement Management. “No one likes utility cuts in newly paved roads, no one! When we can coordinate pavement efforts with water, sewer, stormwater, and sidewalk projects through lifecycle modeling, everyone wins. The purpose of this approach is to stop those problems from the start. By bundling projects together, we can show clients where their infrastructure has conflicting needs and then develop a plan to execute projects effectively and efficiently.”
Eager to learn more? Contact Steve Lander, PE, WithersRavenel Director of Pavement Management to inquire about the CommonCorridor™ approach at email@example.com or (919) 238-0380.
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