Project overview


Monash University







Objectives To deliver a Strategic Asset Management Plan for the Clayton Campus that aligns with the University’s Master Plan, Asset Management objectives and projected funding levels for the period 2015 – 2030.


Donald Cant Watts Corke SAFM used its unique Asset Intelligence (AQ) System to develop Monash University’s SAMP.  This included a quantitative assessment of the client’s estate performance using Tertiary Education and Facilities Management Association (TEFMA) performance criteria.


  • Estate Performance Assessment

  • Risk Assessment

  • Gap Analysis

  • Options Analysis

  • Strategy Development for achieving asset management objectives 

  • Detailed 3 year and high level 5 year implementation plans for the preferred strategy for asset management improvement


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