Our specialist team of consultants has many years’ experience in providing asset management support to a wide range of organisations responsible for managing highway assets, including numerous local authorities. This allows us to develop practical, bespoke solutions that meet the specific needs of individual organisations, whilst also drawing on industry best practice.
What we do
Whether it is developing and implementing asset management policies and strategies, lifecycle plans and maintenance solutions, or ensuring organisations get value from innovation, everything we do is practical and customer orientated. Our approach is to build relationships and understand the needs, drivers and challenges of our customers so that we are able to develop tailored solutions that can be readily implemented, and that deliver value over the long term.
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Hyperion has completed an independent assessment of Luton Borough Council’s highway asset management processes. The review will help the Council further enhance its approach to asset management and support its bid for DfT Incentive Funding.
Hyperion is working with Portsmouth City Council to introduce adaptive street lighting in the city. Following on from an initial trial in 2019, we are working with Portsmouth City Council to demonstrate the benefits of providing the ‘right light, in the right place at the right time, and controlled by the right system’ to achieve […]
Hyperion is working with Oxfordshire County Council to help the Highways Team enhance its approach to asset management and support its bid for DfT Incentive Funding. This has included the development of a new asset management policy and strategy and lifecycle plans for key assets, as well as a new collaborative planning process.
Hyperion developed a new highways asset management strategy for Slough that sets out our plans for the maintenance and operation of the Slough road network over the next five years. The strategy was approved by Cabinet and published on the council’s website in 2020.
Members of LCRIG are also provided with a Member Profile. This service provides each member with the opportunity to share their organisation’s details, job opportunities, news, videos and links to key information. Members are also able to request for LCRIG to facilitate communication between members and the wider highways community.