Enterprise Asset Management Program
The Enterprise Asset Management program works with Pinellas County’s Administrative Services, Parks and Conservation Resources, Public Works, Solid Waste and Utilities departments to manage more than $4 billion worth of assets — from streets signs to bridges to buildings — in accordance with best practices and international standards.
Pinellas County owns thousands of things: roads, buildings, traffic lights, pipes, and much more. We call these “assets.” They help the County operate smoothly and provide important services, from delivering water to your home to enabling you to drive safely to work.
The Enterprise Asset Management program makes the County’s thousands of assets last longer to maximize savings and reduce waste.
The program uses data to make decisions about when to fix or replace assets, enabling the County to fix them before they break down.
About Pinellas County’s assets
Pinellas County’s thousands of “assets” help the County operate smoothly and provide important services, from delivering water to your home to enabling you to drive safely to work. Some of these assets include:
- 3,200+ miles of pipes
- 148 bridges
- 400+ traffic lights
- 52,000+ signs
- 23,000+ manholes
- 70+ boat ramp lanes
- A 15-acre facility that converts waste to energy
Pinellas County’s Enterprise Asset Management Program takes care of all of the County’s assets, making decisions on when to repair and replace them so that our services continue to be delivered as promised and with minimal interruptions.