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Introduction of Asset Management,

Belgrades expirience

Vladimir Tauanovi Ms Sc Civ.Eng


Belgrade Waterworks & Sewerage

Danube river basin


   
   
  

Belgrade Waterworks
FACTS
CUSTOMERS
1.5 MIL consumers
PRODUCTION
100 wells and pumping units
5 water treatment plants
DISTRIBUTION
3.500 km distribution network length
200.000 customer units
22.000 valves etc.

Belgrade Waterworks
FACTS (Contnd)
WATER BALANCE
200 MIL m3 annual water intake
32% Unaccounted for Water (UfW)
ENERGY CONSUMPTION
168 MIL kWh/YEAR (0.88 kWh/m3)
ENVIRONMENT
0.15 MIL t CO2 carbon footprint

BWS STATUS QUO


at the beginning of new millennium
 Aging & Deterioration of infrastructure assets
 Unadjusted strategic & tactical planning
 Required huge budget for Capital Maintenance
 Low price for service (potable w & ww collection)
 Lack of coordination between numerous departments
Urgent needs for:
SHORT TERM PLAN
LONG TERM PLAN

remedial measures
WLC approach

WATER UTILITIES capital intensive companies


Managing the infrastructure is the core business
What do you have and where is it?
What is it worth?
What is its condition and expected remaining service life?
What is the level of service expectation, what has to be done?
When do you need to do it?
How much will it cost and what is the acceptable level of risk?
How do you ensure long-term affordability?
HOW TO DEAL WITH CAPITAL OF SUCH SCALE ?
Only systematic approach could yield results!

Asset Management
The way how to keep your system in good health

Management, engineering, financial,


economic, and other practices applied to
physical assets
Providing the required level of service at
acceptable level of risk and in the most
cost-effective manner
AM the art and science of making the right decisions

Asset Management
Step by step approach

State of the assets, inventory of assets


Condition assessment, life cycle
Assets valuation
Level of service target
Risk assessment and analysis
Determine best technical / financial options
ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN building
(long term funding plan)

Belgrade Waterworks (BWS) Way


Design of AM concept
Implementing ICT
infrastructure
Creation of GIS & AM
Departments
Education and training
of STAKEHOLDERS
Implementing AM
procedures

Introduction of ICT infrastructure


Progress, SQL server
database
Sybase IQ data warehouse
30 servers
1000 + PC units in network
Optic cable local network
(through sewerage mains)

300 locations covered


- Technical IS
(SCADA and remote control
system,..)
- Management IS
(E-business, data management,
. )

ACHIEVED

Top management commitment


IT Infrastructure implemented
Improved organisation (GIS & AM Dept.)
Assets inventory built
GIS database in use in the whole company

- after initial support by consultants


IN-HOUSE know-how

Data integration
(network, O&M, commercial, etc.)
Integration of data:
GIS based (centered)
70 workstations input
data
To all users available

FIELD SURVEY
Pipe Atributes

ASSETS INVENTORY
Elements - 120.000 items (pipes, valves, hydrants, ...)
Atributes - more than 1 MIL (material, construction year, DN, ..

PIPES REGISTER
Pipe Atributes

Distribution system
potable water

GIS network
Water distribution, age based

PIPE STATISTICS
E

Total network length


3.500 km

VALVES REGISTER
Valves by DN

BULK METERS REGISTER & LOGS


Bulk Meters introduced, Accurate water balance

BUILDING REGISTER
Plants, Wells, Pump. Stations, Office Buildings, etc.

VALUE OF BWS ASSETS

Book keeping value (before)

300 Mil EUR

Fair value (assessed)


Replacement value

1 Bill EUR
2.5 Bill EUR

Depreciation rate 1-2% /year

Asset Management: long term plan


draft
Looking foreward concept

Pipe Replacement 2002-2012

BENEFITS

Improved knowledge of own system


Data integration (network, O&M, commercial, etc.)
Better internal coordination within the company
Established sound technical tool for decision making
support
Improved effectives / efficiency
Level of service
Roadmap towards sustainability

Specific starting results:

SPECIFIC STARTING RESULTS


Asset registers available to all stakeholers (under
permission)
Recognized additional 1000 km of distribution network
(mostly illegal)!!!
Recognized 89 PMA (pressure managed area) as a
supplement of traditional 5 altitudinal zones
Decreased pressure level (1 bar) in part of system with
high buildings (7% of network)
Recognized 33 DMA (distict metered areas) enabling
water balance brakedown
Decreased energy consumption (up to 10%) with pumps
frequency control supplement
Established GIS based failure database (last 3 years)

MANAGEMENT REPORTING
Performance Indicators based 
23 PI groups - activity based approach
Data quality (17 PI)
Water Balance (6 PI)
Commercial losses breakdown (4 PI)
Network Operation & Maintenance (5 PI)
Flow metering (3 PI)
DMAs (5 PI)
Consumers (5 PI)
Water quality (5 PI)
PMAs (2 PI)
O&M sections level (3 PU)

DEMAND MANAGEMENT
DMA Balance Brakedown for Zone SLANCI
LEGEND:
INFLOW

Assumption: illegal double service lines due to


extensive vegetable production

CONSUM
PTION
WATER
LOSS

DEMAND MANAGEMENT
Billing
Consumer Consumption
Analysis based on w/m
readings
Regular DMA audits

DEMAND MANAGEMENT
DMAs scheme

Water balance control


Irregular events monitoring

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE


Pipe Failures in 2012 (City)
LEGEND:
Main

Mains failure
1

Number of failures

Pipe failure track record


annual reports
rehabilitation plans

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE


Valve Closing Scheme, Automatic Generation
Faster burst isolation
Decreased customer
minutes lost (CML)
Link with valve
condition assessment
(valve failures)

Pipe Burst

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE


Engaged resources overview in maintenance activities

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE


Maintenance activities cost overview

OPERATION & MAINTENANCE


Maintenance activities, cost structure

WATER QUALITY
Water Quality Sampling Points

MANAGEMENT REPORTING
Performance Indicators based

23 PI groups - activity based approach

Data quality (17 PI)


Water Balance (6 PI)
Commercial losses breakdown (4 PI)
Network Operation & Maintenance (5 PI)
Flow metering (3 PI)
DMAs (5 PI)
Consumers (5 PI)
Water quality (5 PI)
PMAs (2 PI)
O&M sections level (3 PU)

UTILITY ANNUAL REPORTS


 ASSETS INVENTORY Mngmnt - NAM Report AssetsStockAnalysis
 DEMAND Management

- CDA ReportComercialDataAnalysis

 OM Management

- OM Report Resources&Costs and


FailureRatesAnalysis

 PRESSURE Management

- PMA ReportPressureZonesAnalysis

 WATER LOSS Management

- DMA ReportUfW&NRW Analysys

 QUALITY Management

- WQ ReportWaterQuality

 REHABILITATION Mngmnt

- in progres50/20/5 YearPlans

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (PI)


PI group 'Commercial losses (example)
Operating (activity based) indicators:
number of water meters older than 10 years,
number of water meters with PAADC greater than 5 m3/day,
number of oversized water meters larger than DN 50,
number of water meters without consumption that are not
categorized as hydrants or seasonal consumers.
Required actions:
Changing watermeters,
Installing C class watermeters,
Installing smaller watermeters,
Checking consumer (watermeter stucked or broken?)

NEXT BWS STEPS


Enhancing business processes on missing data collection
and raising data quality (asset hierarchy, rehabilitation and
replacement values, condition assessment rating, etc.)
Business risk exposure and risk assessment for the both
potable water and sewerage systems to be continued (part
of AM plan)
Implementation of 'look forward' concept instead of look
backwards, prediction models, priorities, technical solutions,
long term planning and future scenarios
Financial sustainability, cash flow models for future
scenarios, tariff settings, external funding and budgeting
Long term Asset Management plan
Continuous work on capacity building in BWS on further
integration of AM practices within the company

WB-IAWD Program
Cooperation on implementation of AM
IN SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZE WATER UTILITIES

IT solutions: Implementation of IT systems,


Network Asset Management, Maintenance Management.

Infrastructure AM model: establishment of an accurate


network database, implementation business procedures

Data Quality: Field survey, Evaluation and validation


processes, Data quality control and improvement

Planning and budgeting procedures


Institutional Strengthening: Problem Analysis, Priorities
for Change, Business Processes, Education and training

GIS & AM dep.

Thanks for your attention