Asset management

JBA Asset management 5 step process

Our five-stage process creates an asset register which is in line with section 21 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010.

We identify properties at risk of flooding as a result of asset failure and prioritise your highest risk assets.

From this, we can put critical assets forward for business cases and funding to alleviate flood risk and improve poor performing assets in a simple cost-effective process.

Asset management is the systematic planning and prioritisation of investment to ensure that assets continue to meet performance requirements throughout their design life. The balance between performance, expenditure and risk to ensure cost-effective management is important for the best use of scarce resources, particularly in the current economic climate.

T98 inspections

Providing up to date Flood Risk Asset Registers in accordance with section 21 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010

Confined space inspections

Providing in depth inspection reports for a number of confined space structures

Property flood resilience

Providing property owners and professional partners with practical and cost effective steps to help lower flood risk


GISmapp is our IOS location-aware mapping system used to collect asset data on site to guide asset inspections

The Asset Refurbishment Programme of Works

Set up in October 2014, the JBA Bentley Team in Peterborough have been delivering the Asset Refurbishment Programme of Works (ARPW) which provides longevity to assets across Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.

JBA Bentley believes that demonstrating value for money is key and current asset management approaches need a shift from ‘find and fix’, to ‘predict and prevent’. We have been helping the EA achieve this, preventing failures before they occur, integrating asset management with cost forecasting and achieving certainty on maintenance and residual life through wise spend.


We have developed an exciting new high-level tool called JScreen which simulates flooding caused by blockages in pipes, culverts or bridges.

It models outlines for each asset, analyses the properties at risk and produces a priority report swiftly and efficiently.

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We can help you

If you would like to discuss how we can work together please contact Craig Lucas.
+44 (0)1925 570 876