What Our Clients Say:
The Kennedy Jenks team’s performance on the Business Risk and Vulnerability Analysis was crucial to identifying a phased approach to achieve the District’s Reliability and Asset Management Program. Kennedy Jenks has been highly responsive throughout this project, winning the trust of our operations, maintenance, engineering, business and management teams, bringing added value and keeping the project on-track and on-budget.
Utilities across the nation are facing unprecedented challenges: changing regulations, an aging workforce, rising service costs, and a growing investment gap. Meeting these challenges requires a holistic approach to managing complex utility services to achieve the goals of improved safety, sustainability, resilience, financial performance, and efficiency.
Combining over a century of experience in the water industry with forward-looking utility management expertise, Kennedy Jenks offers its clients value-driven and sustainable solutions. We collaborate with you to optimize your systems, processes, and data to control costs, mitigate risks, and enhance overall organizational performance.
We apply best practices from engineering, operations & maintenance, staff engagement and training, data management, supply chain management, and project delivery to achieve operational and financially successful projects.
At Kennedy Jenks, our Utility Management strategy will evaluate our clients’ needs through four lenses: People, Processes, Systems and Data. We do not take a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Our experts work collaboratively to learn each client’s challenges and needs. We then leverage innovative solutions and best practices to help clients develop and sustain long-term Utility Management solutions designed for risk mitigation, capital & operational cost savings, resource optimization, and that are aligned with the organization’s strategy, and culture.
Utility Management at Kennedy Jenks includes the following eight strategies:
Aditya Ramamurthy, Vice President & Director of Utility Management Services
Gerald Fejarang, Northern California Client Director
Steven Dutschke, Project Manager, Asset Utility Management