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Webinar: Improving Road Asset Management for Local Roads

Dec 18, 2019 @ 11:00 - 12:30 EST

Webinar Overview

Improving Road Asset Management for Local Roads

Applying consistent Best Practices in Road Asset Management is critical in government organisations drive to achieve improve levels of ‘coordinated activity of an organization to realize value from assets’. In 2015/16, the British Government’s Department for Transport (DfT) implemented a 5-Year framework that facilitated consistent levels of improvement in Asset Management practices across England’s 153 Local Highway Authorities through a Self-Assessment Incentive Funding Scheme. This webinar provides an overview of the process implemented by the DfT, some results of progress that has helped transform this sector, including some examples of the work undertaken by individual Local Authorities, and discusses in detail some lessons learnt and how the underlying road asset management standards and guidance have helped play a role in improving outcomes for UK’s local road networks. [divider type=”1″] [/divider]

Presenter

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Scott is Chartered Professional Engineer with over 25 years experience in a wide range of asset management and engineering projects. Scott has worked extensively with both public and private sector clients in Australia, United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle East advising and implementing asset management principles and performance based contract development, delivery and review. He is the Principal and founder of Essency Consulting Limited, an asset management and contract services company delivering tailored services to clients in the infrastructure sectors. He is a Chartered member of Engineers Australia, a member of the Institute of Asset Management (UK) and Asset Management Council of Australia, and a qualified assessor to the ISO55000 and PAS55:2008 Asset Management standards.

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