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ASSET MANAGEMENT. CITY OF MONASH PARKS. CITY OF MONASH PARKS. Strategic asset management plans Other asset plans and programs Challenges. ASSET MANAGEMENT PARK PLANS. Paths Playgrounds Sportsfield playing surfaces Public lighting Off-street car parks Drainage & retarding basins.
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ASSET MANAGEMENT CITY OF MONASH PARKS CITY OF MONASH PARKS
  • Strategic asset management plans
  • Other asset plans and programs
  • Challenges
  • ASSET MANAGEMENT PARK PLANS
  • Paths
  • Playgrounds
  • Sportsfield playing surfaces
  • Public lighting
  • Off-street car parks
  • Drainage & retarding basins
  • PLANS-PATHS
  • Sealed paths
  • Unsealed paths
  • Locations
  • Proactive maintenance
  • Reactive maintenance
  • Budgets
  • PATHS-PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE Priority- H inspect yearly – M every 3 years – L every 5 years PATHS-PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • Total area unsealed paths -56,000²
  • Gravel/toppings 45,300²
  • Scalping 6,700²
  • Mulch 4,000²
  • Budget $73,000
  • Unsealed sealed
  • PATHS-REACTIVE MAINTENANCE
  • Response times
  • Budget $37,000
  • PLAYGROUNDSPROACTIVE Inspection Regime Aligned with AS/NZS 4486.1
  • Weekly or fortnightly
  • Dependant on usage
  • Predominately a visual inspection & minor maintenance
  • i.e. Graffiti, rubbish, rake softfall, small repairs
  • HP iPaq to capture details
  • Budget $58,000
  • Annual
  • Structural, entrapments
  • PLAYGROUNDSPROACTIVE
  • Softfall
  • Aim to maintain minimum 200mm depth
  • Weekly/fortnightly check with visual audit
  • Biannual depth audit
  • Supply and spread contract
  • Budget $136,000
  • PLAYGROUNDSPROACTIVE PLAYGROUNDSREACTIVE
  • Responsiveness
  • Normally and inspection on the day
  • Make safe
  • 1 to 20 days to repair
  • PLAYGROUNDS
  • 131 Playgrounds in parks
  • Area 28,400²
  • Budget
  • Inspections $58,000
  • Routine works $138,000
  • Reactive works $58,000 excluding insurance claims
  • Capital Works $439,000 (2013/14)
  • SPORTSFIELD PLAYING SURFACES
  • Audits
  • Maintenance programs
  • Capital improvements
  • Irrigation systems
  • Cricket wickets
  • Goal posts
  • SPORTSFIELDSAUDITS
  • Change of sporting seasons
  • Audits include
  • Turf density and vigour
  • Percentage of preferred grass
  • Drainage
  • Unevenness
  • Weed cover
  • Number of bare areas
  • Irrigation
  • Goal posts
  • SPORTSFIELDSMAINTENANCE
  • Programs
  • Mowing
  • Aerating
  • Rolling
  • Pest control
  • Fertilisers
  • Goal posts
  • Cricket wicket, turf/synthetic
  • SPORTSFIELDSMAINTENANCE
  • Task frequencies influences
  • Grass species
  • Soil profile
  • Drainage characteristics
  • Usage
  • Seasonal factors
  • Damage / wear
  • SPORTSFIELDSMAINTENANCE SPORTSFIELDS MAINTENANCE
  • 66 sportsfields
  • Budget $825,000
  • SPORTSFIELDSMAINTENANCE
  • Irrigation systems
  • Audits
  • Maintenance and repair contract
  • Reactive maintenance
  • Budget Operational $100,000
  • SPORTSFIELDSCAPITAL WORKS
  • Approach
  • Whole of site where feasible
  • Linked to sportsfield audits
  • User concerns
  • Budget - $130,000 (2013/14)
  • PUBLIC LIGHTING
  • 467 light towers
  • Audits on a 5 year cycle
  • Commenced with timber / known trouble spots
  • Audit includes
  • Visual inspection
  • Record of pole attributes
  • Structural of footings and columns
  • General observations
  • Identify the most cost effective means of repairing any defects
  • 65 light towers audited during stage 1
  • Remedial cost $24,000
  • OTHER PLANS & PROGRAMS
  • Parks maintenance
  • Tree maintenance
  • Bushland reserves
  • Water features
  • Golf Courses
  • Shade sails
  • Basketball/netball rings
  • PARK MAINTENANCE
  • Routine Service
  • TREES TREES
  • Tree inventory
  • Management plan
  • Reactive works
  • Programmed works
  • TREES WORKS
  • Cyclic -100,000 trees, over $1.38 million p.a.
  • TREE WORKS
  • Reactive - $760,000
  • Reserve audits
  • Frequency 12-18 months
  • Scope
  • Planting and establishment
  • Over 70,000 plants annually - $490,000
  • Establishment - $115,000
  • BUSHLAND
  • Maintenance programs
  • Fire management
  • Management plan
  • MFB inspections
  • Vegetation clearance
  • Fire patrols
  • Total Budget - $750,000
  • BUSHLAND
  • Protecting our natural Heritage assets
  • Weed control and sympathetic mowing
  • Access control
  • Seed collection and propagating
  • Pest control
  • Habitat management
  • WETLANDS
  • Assessments
  • Sediment / excessive vegetation removal
  • Improved function
  • Capital budget 2013/14 - $170,000
  • GOLF COURSES
  • Greens replacement program
  • Irrigation improvements
  • Storm water harvesting
  • Warm season grass conversion
  • SHADE SAILS
  • 18 sites in reserves
  • Engineers audits over a 2/ 3 year period
  • Includes detailed report, photos, recommendations and approx. costs
  • Works priority (critical / non critical)
  • Reports gave time frame requirements (critical, short, medium, long term)
  • 9 reserves audited in stage 1
  • Three for replacement (approx. $50,000)
  • $30,000 in maintenance requirements.
  • BASKETBALL &NETBALL RINGS
  • 92 Basketball / netball rings
  • Cost for audit $10,000
  • Audits to occur every three years
  • Audits include load testing, full report with photos, recommendations and costs
  • $6,000 for initial maintenance costs (this included replacing 5 backboards)
  • CHALLENGES
  • Resources
  • Availability of equipment
  • Renewal gap
  • Clear responsibilities / training
  • Audit outcomes and repair costs
  • Operational pressures i.e. Frequent repairs
  • Reduce responsive works
  • New assets/maintenance costs
  • External pressures
  • Related Search
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