MME Asset Management, Financial Services & Public Affairs
MME and its staff have served clients throughout California and nationally with innovative and sustainable solutions to meet environmental demands. Search among our many projects (below) for information about our capabilities or ask us directly if you have questions about the service areas we offer.
The MME Practice Group in Asset Management/ Financial Services & Public Affairs Group includes:
Asset Management and CIP Development, Condition Assessments, Drone Services (condition inspections/site mapping), Rates and Charges Cost of Service Studies, Financial Analyses/Business Case Assessment, Public Outreach/Decision Support Services/Facilitation
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Every 3-5 years, the City and County of San Francisco evaluates its water and sewer rates using an independent team. MME has been a partner on this team for the last three rate cycles. MME performed a comprehensive analysis of San Francisco’s water and wastewater rates. We meet with San Francisco finance staff regularly to understand current practices and formulate recommendations for future practices. We allocate capital and operations and maintenance utility costs based on wastewater function.
Carollo Engineers, Walnut Creek California
MME managed the development of a computerized asset management software application, Water/ Wastewater Asset Manager™ (WAM, v.2.0), a dynamic and analytical tool for asset management and valuation. Responsible for designing the structure and functionality of the software. WAM v2.0 features include a detailed inventory database; asset assessment tracking including condition, risk, criticality, vulnerability, level of service, and various useful lives; and valuation components including both straight-line and modified depreciation approaches, book, current, salvage, evaluated, and replacement values, annual and cumulative depreciation, and annual maintenance and repair costs.
City of Fort Bragg, California
Investigation of the condition of the existing water treatment and water tanks as part of a study of the City of Fort Bragg, California, water system.