We are dedicated to innovating sustainable water solutions that enrich communities and foster a healthier environment. We believe in creating a positive impact through every drop, channeling our expertise in asset management to enhance water accessibility, quality, and conservation. Our mission is to collaborate with local communities, governments, and industries, aligning our strategies with the communal spirit of stewardship, to ensure that every Australian has access to clean and reliable water resources.

Asset Management for the Water Sector

Asset management in the water sector is essential for the optimal performance and longevity of water infrastructure, benefiting communities across Australia. It facilitates efficient asset maintenance activities, ensuring both reliability and sustainability of water systems. This approach reduces operational expenses and enhances the lifespan of assets while improving community service delivery. Embracing asset management allows water entities to effectively anticipate future needs, adapt to environmental shifts, and bolster the resilience and well-being of the communities they serve.

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Enhanced Water Quality and Safety

By maintaining and optimising water infrastructure, our services ensure that communities have access to clean and safe water, crucial for health and wellbeing.

Sustainable Resource Management

Our asset management services contribute to sustainable water usage, helping communities conserve this vital resource and promoting environmental stewardship.

Cost Savings for Communities

Efficient asset maintenance activities reduce the need for frequent repairs and replacements, leading to lower water tariffs and financial benefits for community members.

Resilience Against Climate Impacts

Our services in the water sector help in building resilient communities, especially in the face of climate change and extreme weather events, ensuring continuous and reliable water supply.

Community Empowerment and Education

Our approach in asset management involves educating and engaging with the community, empowering residents with knowledge about water conservation and sustainable practices. This engagement fosters a stronger community connection to their water resources, encouraging responsible usage and active participation in water management initiatives.

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Shaping the conversations and future of nations, states and regions, we passionately guide stewards to think-well, act-smart and create life-changing impact. One asset at a time.

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Learn more about what our clients ask us.

What steps should water utilities take to implement an effective asset management program?

Effective asset management involves inventory, risk assessment, planning, technology adoption, staff training, and ongoing monitoring.

How do regulatory requirements affect asset management in the water sector?

Regulatory requirements set water quality and maintenance standards for asset management.

What challenges and risks are associated with managing water assets?

Challenges include aging infrastructure, water scarcity, regulatory compliance, and environmental concerns.

How can predictive maintenance be applied to critical water infrastructure?

Predictive maintenance predicts equipment failures, allowing scheduled maintenance for reliability.

What role does data analysis and remote monitoring play in water asset management?

Data analysis and remote monitoring detect issues, optimise performance, and reduce costs.

How does asset management help in ensuring water quality and environmental compliance?

Asset management safeguards water quality and environmental compliance by maintaining infrastructure.

What are the best practices for ensuring the reliability of water infrastructure assets?

Reliability is ensured through regular maintenance, condition assessments, quality monitoring, and infrastructure planning.

How can technology like SCADA systems improve asset management in the water sector?

SCADA systems enhance asset management through real-time monitoring and control.

What are the primary assets that water utilities need to manage effectively?

Primary assets in water utilities include treatment plants, distribution networks, reservoirs, pumps, valves, and monitoring equipment.

Why is asset management crucial for water utilities and infrastructure?

Asset management is crucial for water utilities to ensure reliable water infrastructure and protect public health.

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See how we’ve applied our ideas to generate generational changes within our comunity.

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Our Work

We collaborate with government agencies to optimise their asset management outcomes for the community


We prioritise the transport sector for its crucial role in connecting communities, supporting economic growth, and ensuring safety. Our focus on optimising asset management within this sector aligns with our vision of enhancing infrastructure performance and improving community well-being.


The healthcare industry plays a vital role in delivering critical services that directly impact people's lives. By optimising asset management within healthcare facilities, we empower healthcare providers to ensure the highest standards of patient care, safety, and operational efficiency.


SAS Asset Management specialises in Defence sector asset management, ensuring readiness and reliability.

Transforming our community through asset management

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