The contractor for constructing, maintaining and renovating infrastructure of an international airport is committed to realize objectives related to asset return, innovation and digitalization. They have a long-term partnership with their client, the airport. The contractor asked MaxGrip to help with safeguarding the reliability and longer-term asset strategy focusing on the renovation of the busiest runway of the airport and a new to be built aircraft bridge.

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Airport asset management

Case study – highlights

Approach

  • Stakeholder management: acting as pivotal link between the contractor’s teams and the client’s asset management organization.

  • Fit /gap analysis on current and desired performance

  • Using trade-off matrices to facilitate easy decision-making

  • Risk-based prioritization and selection of work

Results

Short term: Efficient and objective prioritization process helped to improve the partnership of the contractor and client in times of crisis.

Longer term:

  • Benefits of over € 250.000,- in a 10 year life cycle at a higher performance
  • The contractor is able to prove that the performance of the assets will be as agreed in the partnership contract due to the improved maintenance program.

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MaxGrip Jeremy Borton

Jeremy Borton
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