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The Port of Oakland




Port of Oakland Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Assessment

The Port of Oakland encompasses a vibrant seaport, a thriving airport and an array of commercial buildings and parks. The Port of Oakland oversees the Oakland seaport, Oakland International Airport, and 20 miles of waterfront. The Oakland seaport is the fifth busiest container port in the U.S. Oakland International Airport is the second largest San Francisco Bay Area airport offering over 300 daily passenger and cargo flights, and the Port’s real estate includes commercial developments such as Jack London Square and hundreds of acres of public parks and conservation areas. The Port is a major economic engine for the Bay Area, and its far-reaching network of direct, indirect, and related jobs creates nearly 50,000 jobs in the region and over 800,000 jobs across the United States. The Port of Oakland was established in 1927 and is an independent department of the City of Oakland.

EDI’s assessment for the Port of Oakland was an evaluation of their processes, systems and data. EDI’s strategy was to review the current systems and evaluate the configuration, processes, and data. EDI’s assessment included maintenance processes and personnel, who were evaluated or interviewed as part of the review of current systems data. EDI’s evaluation of the collected data was used to determine if the current structure as well as the related information captured support industry best practices for maintenance activities.

Scope of Work Included:

Key data and Information reviewed and evaluated during this evaluation included:

  • Asset Location Hierarchies and Structure
  • Dashboards, Result Sets, and KPIs
  • Work Identification and Priority
  • Work Execution and Review
  • PMs
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Planning and Scheduling
  • Material Management
  • Classifications

In addition, EDI assessed the current practices for managing the use of the system and how records were created and maintained within it. EDI also evaluated the structure and hierarchy to ensure a corporate strategy and objective was in place and that the documents created were in support of the Port of Oakland’s strategy.