Asset Management

Asset Management converts the aims of an organisation into the practical implications for acquiring, creating, maintaining, disposing or renewing assets to deliver those aims. Sweco's asset management practice helps clients to deliver the maximum value from their fixed assets: people, finance, equipment, technology, land, buildings or structures, to enable the highest possible standards of service delivery, within risk and financial constraints. We are approved as endorsed assessor by the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) for PAS 55 and ISO 55000.


  • Asset Lifecycle Planning and Cost Modelling
  • Asset Management Maturity
  • Asset Optimisation
  • Automation and Control
  • Business Support Services
  • Gap Analysis and Capability Review
  • Instrumentation
  • Investment Strategy and Planning
  • Operational Policy
  • Organisational Structure and Culture
  • PAS 55/ISO 55,000 Assessment and Certification
  • Performance Forecasting and Modelling
  • Real Time Systems and Data
  • Regulation
  • Remote Terminal Units
  • Risk and Value Management
  • Site SCADA Systems
  • Strategic Business Consultancy
  • Technical and Financial Due Diligence
  • Telemetry Systems

Real Time Systems and Data

Sweco provide advice on automated data systems, to streamline and prioritise the data collected, to improve efficiency, safety and performance as well as driving down costs. 

At Sweco, we help our clients to improve their real time asset management through the smart use of the data available, from telemetry to corporate systems.  Our knowledge and experience spans most utilities with a distributed network of assets including water, energy, and road transport.

This expertise, combined with our asset data skills and corporate asset management systems, make a real difference for our clients. No other engineering consultant offers this breadth of services.

Our Real Time Systems solutions are implemented through the following: Telemetry, Site SCADA, Automation and Control, Remote Terminal Units, and Instrumentation