Blog posts, written by our subject-matter experts, on the topics that matter to our stakeholders.

Blog posts

Continuous Improvement in performance contracts

Where maintenance is concerned, the urge to achieve Continuous Improvement and learn from mistakes (“don’t make the same mistake twice”) is vital: economically, technically and from the point of view of competition. Greening is an extra motivator for the application of Continuous Improvement: sustainability and Continuous Improvement go hand in hand.

The importance of policy and strategy for Asset Management

Maintenance is one of the pillars of asset management and plays an important role in achieving successful value in use. Over the years, many programs have been developed with maintenance improvement in mind. Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Business Centered Maintenance (BCM) and Life Cycle Cost (LCC)

Moving towards data-driven maintenance

Exploring the roadmap of preventive to prescriptive maintenance,  this blog presents a brief explanation of involved technologies and their potential, showing how, in Stork’s vision, collaboration between humans and machins can evolve in equal relationship to the benefit of asset owners.

RAMS: better results in less time

RAMS stands for Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety and defines the functional requirements that a project must meet. RAMS is now a household name in the world of large, complex infrastructure projects and is closely linked to Systems Engineering. It is now unthinkable to carry out a complex project without RAMS analyses.