Operations & Maintenance
We know what goes into operating and maintaining complex projects on major transportation infrastructure (roads, bridges, tunnels). Because of the demands of infrastructure, most departments need assistance to balance the demand and public outcry to maintain these projects over months, years, and decades.
Plans Designed to Secure Funding
The addition of the best-equipped O&M managers to your workforce helps you reduce the risk of a skill gap and the possibility of public emergencies and concerns. PILLAR’s bottom-up estimating is a critical part of our O&M plans forecasts your costs almost exactly, helping you justify program costs and secure funding.
You’ll receive solutions within many different contexts:
- Contract Development
- Analysis of labor force needs (hiring vs. contracting)
- Detailed work schedules
- Work Plans (daily, weekly, yearly)
- Bottom-up budgeting and estimating
- Response plans (snow, incident, detour, evacuation)
- Reports on the job equipment needed (rent vs. own)
To operate and maintain your most complex projects while smoothing the process of planning new initiatives, our data analysis technology justifies the developed plans and funding required to execute those plans. As you develop your asset management plans, you can also receive data-driving insights to inform your operations. You’ll find, alongside our other, tailored solutions like business intelligence, that you have a crystal-clear concept of your project’s future.
- Data mining
- Data Visualization
- Business Intelligence
- Lifecycle costs
- Risk analysis
Data integration is seamless as PILLAR works with numerous suites of software. See all your data from a single access point that combines your plans with your database. Unfortunately, it can take in-house and IT teams many months to properly integrate systems without a professional hand who can guide them away from bugs, security flaws, and technical upsets.
- Planned and unplanned work
- Work orders
- Contract management
- Time tracking
- Service requests