Asset Reliability Management


Maximizing uptime, reducing unplanned failures and managing compliance are critical priorities for site management. However, these operational goals are often difficult to meet because of a lack of communication and coordination across teams, which leads to inefficient utilization of resources, redundant or ineffective activities, unclear work priorities, unleveraged data, unmaintained systems, and ineffective processes. This, too often, leads to extended downtime, high costs, non-compliance and low profitability. That’s why effective asset reliability management is critical.

Case Study

Read our case study to discover how PinnacleART’s reliability services helped a client achieve approximately $12 million USD in increased annual profitability.


PinnacleART implements best-in-class asset reliability management programs. Whether implemented in the early design phase of your facility, or as part of an improvement plan to existing assets, our strategies contain proactive tasks focused on sustaining the desired functionality of your systems and equipment.

During the early design phase of construction, we use Reliability Centered Design (RCD) to build asset management principles into the initial design of the plant. We do this by identifying reliability and maintainability deficiencies and providing risk-justified redesign recommendations, or key equipment specifications, including capital sparing.

For existing facilities, PinnacleART implements Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) to assess and quantify opportunities, implement step-change processes and deliver turnkey, sustainable systems within the plant. In addition, we can fully develop and implement the necessary changes in your facility’s CMMS or EAM field data collection and other systems. We ensure a solid process is in place by providing procedures, as well as personnel training. These improvements are designed to span the functional organization, so asset reliability processes are effective and efficient.

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