Over the years we have been involved with many projects ranging from Planning and Programme Management to Maintenance Management Systems and in many locations including London, Vancouver, Dusseldorf and Coventry.  Here is a selection of our more recent projects:

E.ON Climate and Renewables


Generic_WindFarmECR is a global business generating energy from renewable (including on- and off-shore wind turbines, hydro-electric, biomass, marine and solar-power [PV]) sources.  It is part of the E.ON group and the UK arm was previously PowerGen Renewables Ltd.
We were originally commissioned by PowerGen Renewables to undertake a study of their maintenance management requirements and adapt an existing Maximo system to their particular requirements.


Over a nine year period from 2003, we undertook the Design, Implementation, Data Takeon, Training and Support of their CMMS.  The platform was initially Maximo v4 but it was changed to SAP R3 in 2008 to accord with the parent business’ ERP systems.
Our responsibilities included Master Data management, data structure design, process design and implementation, training and mentoring, reporting and analysis.  This work was accomplished in a variety of locations including UK, Denmark, USA, Sweden and Germany.


During the initial stages of the assignment the business embraced the rigours of a formalised Asset and Work management system, enabling us to play a significant role in the development and prototyping of the Wind Turbine Safety Rules – which have now been adopted by the BWEA (British Wind Energy Association). As a result, the business was more in control of its widely distributed asset base and is making good progress towards better control both of costs and Service Providers.


Alterra Power Corporation


Toba_PowerhouseAlterra Power Corp. is a diversified renewable power generation company based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was formed in 2011 through the merger of Magma Energy Corp. and Plutonic Power Corp. It develops geothermal, hydroelectric, wind, and solar energy projects.

We were commissioned to review their existing Maximo CMMS which had been set-up to manage maintenance at the Toba-Montrose run of river hydroelectric scheme.  The aim was to improve the installation and assisting the client in establish Work Management and Procurement Management procedures.




Subsequently this commission was extended to embrace Data Takeon, Training, Documentation and Reporting for both the Toba-Montrose Hydro facility and the Dokie Wind Farm.



RWE Innogy


RWE Innogy is the Renewable Energy business of the RWE Group of Essen.  It is an international business that pools the renewable energy expertise and power plants of the RWE Group. The company plans, builds and operates facilities generating power from renewable energies. RWE Innogy aims to vigorously grow renewable energies in Europe.
rwepicWe were commissioned to research and prepare the User Requirements Specification for a CMMS for the RWE Innogy renewables portfolio (both On- and Off-shore wind farms with possible extension for Hydro-electric, Wave power, Solar Power and Biomass powered stations).

The investigations ranged from United Kingdom and Germany to Spain – and concentrated on delivering a solution together with the establishment of Work Management process, reporting regimes and asset structures to support the CMMS.

The URS (and partial Functional Specification) was successfully delivered in April 2011, and is currently being implemented.


Fleet Support Ltd


FFSL_Portsmouthleet Support Limited (FSL) is a British company formed to run HMNB Portsmouth’s Fleet Maintenance and Repair Organisation (FMRO) on a commercial basis. The FMRO was an agency of the Ministry of Defence responsible for repair and maintenance of Royal Navy vessels.

FSL performs this task but also undertakes commercial work such as ship repair, refitting, conversion and hull fabrication, heavy engineering work and non-destructive testing for the marine and engineering sectors.  In 2012 the company was restructured, changing its name to BAE Systems Maritime – Maritime Services.

We led a team developing the Maximo CMMS to focus on the Facilities Management portion of FSL’s business – for the recording and maintenance of the civil, building and structural assets of HMNB Portsmouth.  Among the works covered was redesign of the data structures, rebuilding asset structures and extending the capabilities of FSL’s existing system to include Work Flow Management, Facilities Service Desk and Mobile Working to the system.


Heathrow Express




Over a four year period we operated the CMMS for Heathrow Express – our responsibilities included system design, data collection and management of the CMMS system (Maximo 4.1.1). We designed and produced the monthly reporting, analysis and performance improvement recommendations.



HSBC Bank Ltd




HSBC_CanaryWharfWe provided a team of 4 consultants who undertook the Analysis and Design for implementation of a CMMS comprising approximately 2,500 assets for the new headquarters building for this international banking group at Canary Wharf, using MAXIMO.


Subsequently we did the data takeon and development of maintenance regimes in conjunction with HSBC’s in-house Facilities Management team




University of London - Senate House






We were appointed as Principal Consultant within a team responsible for the implementation of an Asset Management System comprising approximately 25,000 assets using MAXIMO.

This project was principally about asset data collection and data engineering to form the asset database for maintenance and we worked in close consultation with the University’s Facilities Management group based at Senate House.




London Underground Ltd - JELLAMS Project




We project managed a multi-disciplinary team (6 people) for the establishment of an Asset Management and Fault Management system for the JELLAMS (Jubilee & East London Lines Asset Management System) Project using MAXIMO.



Wimpey Construction Management





One of our first contracts was with Wimpey Construction Management, working as Planning Managers on the prestigious Little Britain complex in London.  We re-planned the complete project from Week 60 to its completion and handover at Week 180.  The completion date predicted after the replanning was maintained for two years and achieved on target allowing the building’s tenants to move in on their agreed date.

Our work involved:

  • co-ordination of all Package Contractors’ programs
  • establishment of weekly co-ordination meetings for all Package Contractors
  • assessment of progress
  • management reporting and forecasting
  • supervision of planning staff
  • establishment and implementation of construction strategy