EOM’s primary objectives when managing municipal assets are to control the overall cost of operations and maintenance, to maintain assets in a manner that extends their useful life, to standardize the composition of the fleet, and to accurately budget for capital repair and replacement costs.
From fire and police to water distribution, wastewater treatment, road-work, and trash collection, our skilled vehicle and equipment technicians maintain and repair hundreds of municipally-owned rolling assets. We guarantee our municipal clients that equipment and vehicles owned and utilized throughout their communities will remain dependable, properly maintained, and safe to operate.
We understand that vehicle maintenance costs are unique, and that accurate and complete vehicle maintenance records are a key factor in fleet management decisions. To that end, EOM utilizes maintenance software within our asset management program to record and analyze all data — parts, labor, fuel, major supplies, and materials. — from the inception of service to the end of an asset’s useful life.
To carry out these services, we offer a highly trained and proficient maintenance team, with many of our fleet mechanics holding ASE Certification through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence and EVT Certification through the Emergency Vehicle Technician Certification Program respectively. EOM recognizes that by focusing on these critical skill sets and sought-after certifications, we help our clients avoid increased downtime, inaccurate diagnostic practices and the costly cycle of repeat repairs.
Focused services include:
- Multi-Point Inspections
- Preventative Maintenance Scheduling
- Routine Maintenance and Repairs
- Capital Repair Processes
- Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
- Vehicle and Equipment Replacement Schedules
- Acquisition and Disposal Procedures
- Purchasing and Inventory Control