Ventia expands its use of Asset Vision into Queensland

Ventia is rolling out the Asset Vision Platform in its 5 year RAMC State Road contract with the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) in Queensland.

Ventia has chosen to implement the Asset Vision platform to record and manage their Road Asset Management Contract (RAMC) with the Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) in Queensland, Australia.

Ventia have provided services for TMR via the Generation 1 RAMC since 2013, and were awarded the Generation 2 RAMC in 2019 for a further five years. This contract will see the team at Ventia provide asset management services, road pavement and drainage maintenance activities and a significant program of road rehabilitation, overlay and reseal works across Queensland’s South East Coast state and national road network from 1 July 2019.

After utilising the Asset Vision Platform for a number of years on various projects, Ventia made the decision to expand its use into its Gen 2 RAMC to better manage its assets and is also adopting our Co Pilot add-on, to promote safe and efficient road inspection practices. Co Pilot enables a road inspector to record defects at the click of a button, using GPS location capture, photos and voice recognition, all without having to stop their vehicle or take their hands off the wheel.

Our team is currently working closely with Ventia to configure Asset Vision to suit their operational requirements, as well as migrate Asset Register data and maintenance history from their existing system. Asset Vision is expected to go live across the RAMC contract in late October 2020.

Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and New Zealand. Ventia is an independent partnership between funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management and the CIMIC Group and was created in 2015 following the merger of Leighton Contractors Services division, Thiess Services and Visionstream.

In 2020, Ventia grew to combine more than 50 years’ of industry knowledge and experience with the acquisition of Broadspectrum (formally Transfield Services) and today has over 35,000 talented people and subcontractors across Australia and New Zealand.

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The Road Asset Management Contract (RAMC) was introduced to South East Queensland in 2013 as a nominal 5-year term contract providing a holistic approach to the provision of asset management and maintenance services.

The Contractor provides a stewardship role and works collaboratively with the department to keep the road network safe and serviceable and to improve the sustainability of the network.

Upon expiry of original RAMC contracts awarded in 2013, generation 2 RAMC contracts were awarded April 2019 and works commenced from 1st July 2019 for an initial period of 5 years.

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