Asset & Carbon Management

Enhancing the environment, increasing sustainability and delivering value engineering.

Asset Management

In a challenging landscape where every resource counts, we can help you optimise the operation of your infrastructure assets. Our services range from procurement support to strategy development, operations compliance to financial management.

As data analysis and visualisation experts, we enable our clients to make sustainable infrastructure management decisions. We can support you with:

  • Long Term Plans and Infrastructure Strategies
  • Investment modelling and budget optimisation
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Life cycle costing
  • Optimised maintenance regimes
  • Climate change impacts and adaptation strategies

Carbon Management & Accounting

New Zealand has committed to be carbon net zero by 2050 – emissions reduction has never been a more urgent issue. Through our ISO14065-aligned approach, we have helped several clients work towards reducing the carbon impact of their activities. We specialise in indirect or Scope 3 emissions, which make up a majority of an organisation’s footprint.

Our practical and tested approach takes a whole-life perspective on emissions, from establishing a baseline to target setting to adapting reduction measures. This drives low-carbon decision making and helps stakeholders achieve their climate related goals.

Better Business Cases

Our team has delivered Better Business Cases (BBC) for a range of infrastructure projects. We love a complex problem to solve. We work with you from day one, turning opportunities into optimised solutions. We can help you deliver the entire process including:

  • Project identification
  • Initial feasibility
  • Option long-list to shortlist
  • Life cycle cost estimates
  • Benefit appraisal (economic, social and environmental)
  • Benefit-Cost Assessment
  • Multi-criteria decision making
  • Funding identification
  • Business case production
  • Supporting you through the submission process

Peer Review

Our senior team can do Peer Reviews in line with the Engineering New Zealand guidelines for any of the services detailed above. We bring international experience and a range of best practice approaches to the Peer Review process. Reviews can be undertaken at the following levels:

  • Concept / Strategic – Confirm the direction of your project and ensure it meets the key objectives
  • Specific – Ensure suitability of deliverables, assess the impact of new factors, test risks or economic viability
  • Regulatory – Confirm that your work follows relevant regulations, codes, standards or guidelines

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Case Studies

Madeley Road – 112 Bus Route

Metis was engaged by Ealing to accommodate a Transport for London (TfL) bus route while mitigating the impact of the buses on the residents.

Investment Modelling

With their road maintenance budget coming under pressure, South Gloucestershire appointed Metis to utilise investment modelling techniques to build a business case to defend the budget.

houses and a pond

Understanding the operational cost of sustainable drainage systems

There is wide industry agreement that Water Sensitive Design (WSD) / Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) are essential parts of the urban drainage system to manage water quality and quantity. However, despite these approaches being common practice for more than 10yrs, there is limited knowledge around the long-term operational costs of these features.

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