City of Casey – Asset data collection for parks and open spaces
The City of Casey is Victoria’s most populous municipality. Council is responsible for maintaining facilities in over 1700 parks of different categories within the municipality.
Asset Data Collection for Parks and Open Spaces.
BackgroundThe City of Casey is Victoria’s most populous municipality. Council is responsible for maintaining facilities in over 1700 parks of different categories within the municipality.
ObjectiveTo collect asset information and condition data in Casey’s parks for asset management and to assist with new maintenance contracts for Open Space Amenity Maintenance and Sports Fields, Turf and Landscape Maintenance.
Scope of ServicesThis project requires the mapping and collection of detailed asset data for over 2450 parks and reserves, tree reserves, community service facilities, walkways, medians, roadside verges and traffic treatments.
Asset TypesThe following asset groups were included in the data collection project.
- Sports – sports grounds, playing surfaces, cricket wickets, cricket nets, sports goals and associated sports infrastructure
- Vegetation – lawn, grass, garden beds and mulch beds
- Surface Polygons – paths, paved areas and gravel areas
- Structures – retaining walls, feature walls, pergolas and stairways
Typical attributes included Unique Asset ID, Feature, Type, Material, Condition, Area /Size, Reserve Name/ID, Photo, Comments.
MethodologyThe project deliverables included:
- Asset data in MapInfo table format in the projection/datum GDA 94/MGA94 Zone 55 to allow compatibility with Council’s GIS data.
- Asset images including generic asset photos and unique asset photos.
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