B&V launch water/energy asset management group
20 Oct 09 by desalination
Black & Veatch announced the launch of infraManagement Group, LLC (iMG), on 19 October 2009, a company focused on assisting owners in the management of assets.
It also provides support to non-utility owners of energy and water operations – such as financial institutions, airports, colleges and industrial users – that want to focus on their core business and have a trusted partner manage the assets.
Core services offered by iMG include:
“iMG clients benefit from our deep technical and asset management experience in the water and electricity generation industries, which Black & Veatch has served for more than 90 years,” said iMG President, Rodger Smith. “Our services help plant asset owners respond to a range of challenges by reducing business risk, improving plant efficiency and, where appropriate, supporting the monetization of their facilities to raise cash for other community purposes.”
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