TAM to be deployed on Brisbane’s Story Bridge

TruQC Australia, provider of leading cloud-based reporting systems to the corrosion industry, is pleased to announce it has signed a milestone contract to supply TAM (Total Asset Management) for the condition assessment and budgeting phase of the refurbishment of the Story Bridge in Brisbane.

The contract provides a cost analysis and program schedule over a five year period.

“TAM and TruQC, along with its development partner, global coatings giant Carboline have earned an unrivaled reputation as an innovator in the corrosion industry, having been involved in some of the world’s largest bridge refurbishments. The contract is an excellent illustration of how well positioned TruQC and TAM are in markets in Australia and New Zealand,” Ben Gunness, Regional Director of TruQC, said.

Simon Knight, National Sales Manager at Resene Paints Limited, the Australian licensee for manufacture and distribution of Carboline products, added that, “Carboline has been working with TruQC to develop TAM with the aim of delivering a software system that can truly change the coatings industry. We are delighted that Brisbane City Council has recognized the benefits of TAM in what will provide a clear and insightful budget profile for a key piece of Brisbane City’s infrastructure.”