LCE And Woodhouse Partnership Form Alliance

Sept. 25, 2015
Life Cycle Engineering and The Woodhouse Partnership form an alliance to promote asset management best practices.

Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) and The Woodhouse Partnership (TWPL) form an alliance to promote optimizing the value of physical assets through the application of international standards and best practices in risk-based management systems.

The two firms have complementary core competencies focused on applying risk-based asset management practices across the asset lifecycle, according to LCE. TWPL applies the ISO 55000 asset management standard and PAS 55, using its proprietary models, diagnostic and software tools to conduct asset management assessments and develop implementation roadmaps. LCE provides technical knowledge of reliability engineering, maintenance best practices and holistic implementation of asset management systems.

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