Computerized Maintenance Management System

CMMS is an orderly systematic approach to planning organizing, monitoring and evaluating maintenance activities and their costs.  A good maintenance system can prevent health and safety issues, prevent environmental damage, extend asset life, minimize breakdowns, provide for regular maintenance and minimize operating costs. 
The software is easy to install, intuitive, expandable, user friendly and capable of issuing daily/weekly and monthly work orders.  Key phases of the CMMS are data entry, beta testing, installation and training, troubleshooting support and providing a training report. 
We have found that the implementation of CMMS can be most effective for the following assets:
  • Water Treatment Plants
  • Wastewater Treatment Systems
  • Roads
  • Administration Buildings
  • Schools
  • Community Halls
Some noteworthy projects are as follows:
  • Oneida Nation of the Thames
  • Walpole Island
  • Mississaugas of the New Credit
  • Chippewas of Rama
  • Kettle Point School
  • Moravian Water Supply System
  • Six Nations Roads
  • Mohawks of Akwesasne