Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) has been named prime contractor to implement and deliver a $5.5 million task order of MTA’s chosen Enterprise Asset Management Information System (EAMIS) capabilities.
As lead contractor, LCE will aid the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Engineering Foundations Program in achieving the following objectives:
Implementation of Infor EAM and Bentley Optram software at LIRR
Capturing LIRR’s engineering infrastructure assets and location registries for defined set of asset classes
Deployment of work management functionality to support defect management and management of maintenance programs
Recording, tracking, and reporting of asset condition assessments
Training of end users, engineering asset management, LIRR EAM/GIS and MTA IT technical support
Design and development of management reporting and key performance indicators
“Helping New York’s MTA and LIRR to manage their assets better is a major step in Life Cycle Engineering’s strategic initiative to help our asset-intensive public transit clients achieve their strategic goals,” said Brad Cunic, LCE’s Senior Vice President of the Reliability Consulting Group.
“We’ve assembled an outstanding team to implement the EAMIS software products. The individuals engaged from LCE, Advoco, Bentley, Encada, and Infosys are fully committed to the success of LIRR and MTA’s asset management initiatives,” stated Jesse Rothkopf, LCE’s Managing Principal for Transportation and Non-Manufacturing.
Since 1834, LIRR has been the busiest operating passenger rail in North America. The LIRR network contains over 124 stations, 1,000 passenger cars, 700 miles of track, and serves 80-100 million riders each year.
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