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Woodhouse North America has extended the management and technical framework of asset management decision-making process by developing and refining a flexible 6 step decision support process (SALVO) with an extensive toolbox of recommended best practices, analysis aids (DST) guidance and templates.
We focus the resources of The Woodhouse Partnership worldwide with our North American based staff to provide not only efficient delivery of services but also internationally recognized, structured reviews and assessments led by real experts with first hand practical experience that identifies, protects and broadens existing good practices so that current strengths are built on, not displaced. Our core proposition is to offer an unrivaled range of experience in addressing competency issues, technical challenges and vital change management processes worldwide as a trusted, experienced and knowledgeable partner.
Our North American Team all have over 20 years’ first-hand operational experience and long-standing reputations as authorities in their fields.
So you always have direct access to the real experts.
We can provide a valuable combination of consultation, learning and practical tools at every level of your, or your organisations Asset Management journey.
Aware, Learning, and Applying
Developing, Personalising, and Consolidating
Optimizing Value, Continual Improvement
Norman is our North America Operations Director overseeing and providing support with the development and operations of the Woodhouse Partnership in North America and the Caribbean.
His focus is on introducing and educating clients on the latest techniques and successes to effectively and transparently manage their assets. This includes exploring suitable benefits on a case-by-case program to ensure client expectations are met, emphasizing pragmatic, sustainable culture changes required for all successful asset management initiatives.
Norman works with a core team of highly experienced North American-based Woodhouse Senior/Principal Consultants supported with additional resources from our other global offices.
With 30+ years of experience and growth with a major Canadian upstream oil and gas company, Garth ultimately achieved a world-class level of expertise in Operations Excellence as Global Operations Excellence Manager/Manager Major Projects.
Accomplished and forward-thinking visionary, with a proven track record of success and recognized as an influential strategist and corporate enabler, with success in unifying organizations under a vision rooted in Asset Management and Operations Excellence.
His diverse background has given him the ability to work equally effectively across all functional groups.
With 42 years of service within the Energy sector (Bonneville Power Administration/Department of Energy), Kevin’s experience includes Construction, Maintenance, Operations, Supply Chain and Asset Management.
Kevin was instrumental in the development and implementation of the framework and design of Asset Management within the electricity sector, including 12 years of active support of the Department of Energy’s Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration program. His experience as a skilled Crafts and Trades hourly worker combined with his Asset Management background gives him a unique perspective in developing “Bottom-up/Top-down” Asset Management program development to include policies, procedures, processes, and leading Change Management within an Organization.
Kevin has developed extensive Asset Management Objectives, Strategies and Plans; including leading reorganization efforts to obtain maximum efficiencies within the Energy Sector. Kevin is also a trained and skilled Root Cause Analysis practitioner.
Respected leader with more than 25 years’ industry experience and proven success in supervising teams completing complex projects within budget/time constrains and in compliance with regulatory requirements.
Talent for developing innovative strategies and meeting financial goals while maintaining project integrity. Skills include Project Management, Strategic Planning & Execution, Performance Management, API & ISO Standards, Data and Quality Mgt. Systems, Regulatory Compliance and Process Safety Management
As the director of asset management at the New York Power Authority, Tom framed the development of their asset management principles on PAS 55.
Tom expanded the horizon of performance engineering initiatives to develop a reliability centric (RCM) asset management programme for the Power Authority, integrating engineering and maintenance personnel into the asset management organization, cumulating in a strategic asset management plan for the entire organization.
Tom participates in various professional engineering and asset management societies and organisations.
Howard has over 40 years of transmission and distribution maintenance and operations experience in the electric utility industry.
Howard began his career as a lineman with Hydro One (Ontario Hydro) working in transmission and distribution. After relocating to Alberta as a Live Line crew lead with ATCO Electric he introduced 25kV high voltage rubber glove techniques and barehand techniques on 144 and 240kV systems. He was instrumental in the development of an in-house training facility for powerline technicians. Howard undertook the responsibility of centralizing distribution operations and maintenance overseeing the development of reliability centered maintenance programs, standardizing practices, and risk management across the distribution department as well as corporate responsibilities for fleet maintenance and vehicle standards and budgeting, powerline training, rights of way maintenance and work methods. This broad experience from apprentice to senior management provides a unique perspective and understanding of all levels of T&D operations and maintenance.
Howard coordinated the ATCO Electric PAS 55 and ISO 55000 asset management assessment and road mapping project from 2010 to 2013 which included the development of a framework document, workstreams identification and employee training.
As a participant of the ULC Standards Committee for Live Working and ULC Standard Committee on Electric Utility Workplace Electrical Safety he has been involved with the development of ULC Standards and adoption of ISO Live Working Standards.
Cliff is the former corporate Maintenance and Reliability Manager for a Canadian based specialty chemical manufacturer with plants in North and South America. There he introduced the principles of Asset Management and revised the budgeting process for Capital and Maintenance expenses based on these principles. Prior to this, Cliff had lead M&R roles in a wide-ranging variety of sectors including Food and Beveridge, Pulp and Paper, and the Steel Industry for private and public enterprises.
Cliff brings a clear understanding of the challenges faced at the different levels of the organization; developing training and certification in all aspects of Maintenance, Reliability and Asset Management and continues to promote the holistic nature of Asset Management. He is a global Keynote speaker and has delivered workshops explaining Fundamentals of Asset Management, Change Management, Root Cause Analysis and the Importance of Leadership in the pursuit of excellence, amongst others.
With 30 years’ experience in utilities, oil & gas, transport and other sectors, John is one of the most widely known experts in integrated asset management projects for some of the largest companies in the world.
John is a Founder and Life Fellow of the IAM; he has written 4 books, chaired the development of BSI PAS55 and represents the UK on the ISO55000 committee.
He also led the international MACRO and SALVO collaboration projects in optimised asset management decision-making.