Asset Management

About Asset Management

The City of Cockburn currently manages over $1 billion of infrastructure assets in a cost-effective manner to deliver services to the City's residential and business communities. This is an increase of $170 million from September 2012. Asset management covers roads, footpaths, buildings, drainage, buildings, parks and environment and parks and fleet and plant. 

Asset Management Plans

The City’s Asset Management Plans (AMPs) enable the sustainable and cost-effective administration of key City infrastructure.  The AMPs act as key strategic informing strategies that assist the City in its yearly budgeting process and support the management of long term asset renewal planning and funding requirements.

Road Infrastructure Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 800kms of road, associated road items (roundabouts, islands, etc.) and car parks currently owned and maintained by the City. 

The Road network is currently the City's highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $525.98M.

Footpath Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 627kms of footpath owned and maintained by the City.

The Footpath network is currently the City's fifth highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $52.18M.

Drainage Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 18,449 pits, 455kms of pipework, 390 sumps and 15.2kms of fencing currently owned and maintained by City.

The Drainage network is currently the City's second highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $229.16M.

Buildings Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 132 Civic, Community and Recreation buildings currently owned and managed by the City.

The Building Infrastructure is currently the City's third highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $146.89M.

Parks and Environment Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 1570 ha of public open space that is provided by the City as active, passive or natural bushland area and hard infrastructure owned and maintained the City.

The Parks and Environment infrastructure is currently the City's fourth highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $55.1M.

Fleet and Plant Asset Management Plan

The plan covers the 463 Major, Light & Minor Plant currently owned and maintained by City.

The Fleet & Plant infrastructure is currently the City's sixth highest value asset grouping with a total current replacement cost of $19.7M.

More information and contact

For more information on the City’s asset management framework, please contact Asset Management Services on 08 9411 3444 or at customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

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Contact

Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

Po Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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