To provide asset management advice by reviewing six TAMPs across the Departments of Education and Training; Energy and Water Supply; Housing and Public Works; Justice and Attorney General; Transport and Main Roads; and Queensland Health and applying strategic asset management expertise and experience. Additionally, to support the TAMP team improve the whole-of-Government asset management planning policy as it transitions into the next phase of roll-out.
Donald Cant Watts Corke SAFM provided critical review to an increased scope of ten TAMPs across Queensland Government Departments ensuring a common framework for each and overarching alignment with the Queensland Government Building Asset and Performance Management Framework (BAPF). This provided a robust, whole-of-Government approach to future departmental TAMP development and asset portfolio planning across ten year horizons for strategic asset management purposes.
Robust Total Asset Management Plans (TAMP)
Unified TAMP Framework
Whole of Government TAMP alignment
Recommendations for future TAMP development