| ||2013 IPWEA International Public Works Conference, Darwin, August 2013
Better Asset Management Planning and Delivery – Lessons from the New Zealand Road Maintenance Task Force
Better Asset Management Planning and Delivery – Lessons from the New Zealand Road Maintenance Task Force PRESENTATION SLIDES
Janice Brass, Principal Evaluation Analyst, New Zealand Transport Agency and
This paper presents the challenges faced by the Road Maintenance Task Force’s Asset Management Working Group, the recommendations developed and the lessons learnt. This includes
• Key messages and results from the Task Force assessment and report
• How is the sector performing?
• Do Asset Management processes recognise the economic context that asset management and long term planning occurs in?
• What scenarios should we consider?
• Is more direction needed to produce integrated results?
• How will Asset Management help us go further as we aim for greater effectiveness and efficiency?
• Going forward – implementing the learnings
New Zealand Transport Agency Road Maintenance Task Force - Better Asset Management, Planning and Delivery, March 2012
Road Maintenance Task Force - Review of Road Maintenance Regime
| ||Ingenium Conference 2013, Dunedin, June 2013
Infrastructure Management – Forecasting the Changes to 2030, Ross Waugh
Infrastructure Management – Forecasting the Changes to 2030, Ross Waugh PRESENTATION SLIDES
New Zealand’s infrastructure management practice has grown and developed over the past two decades. The November 2012 NAMS Forum concluded that the development of practice had plateaued, and that fresh direction and emphasis was needed.
Multiple trends continue to impact our communities, their requirement for services, and subsequently the infrastructure and assets that are required to provide these services.
These trends will be summarized and then used to forecast changes that will be required in infrastructure management through to 2030.
The forecast will be developed to provide infrastructure custodians and managers with thought provoking challenges, opportunities and guidance as to the pathways forward.
| ||IDS Conference, Wellington, March 2013
Setting the Scene – Asset Management Changes expected for the Transportation Sector, Ross Waugh
Slides from a presentation to the IDS Conference in Wellington. Setting the Scene – Asset Management Changes expected for the Transportation Sector through to 2030.
|Professor Natalie Jackson, Timaru, February 2013
Setting the Scene, Ross Waugh
Slides from a brief introduction session for the day with Professor Natalie Jackson, University of Waikato, on New Zealand demography projections