10th National Conference on Transportation Asset Management, Miami, April 2014
Dr. Theuns Henning and Ross Waugh presented this paper during the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 10th National Conference held on 28-30 April 2014 at Miami, Florida, USA. There were 450 registered participants from all 50 US states and Washington DC.
The paper outlines New Zealand’s Asset Management Progression 1996-2014, mentioning the gaps that need to be fulfilled. There were some slides on Asset Management Planning Assessment tools, Optimised Decision-Making.
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IPWEA NZ Conference, Auckland, 26-28 June 2014
Grant Holland and Ross Waugh, Waugh Infrastructure Management;
Dr. Theuns F.P. Henning, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Grant, Ross, and Theuns presented this paper at the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia NZ Conference at Auckland on 26-28 June 2014.
This paper will consider these questions:
- When we strip Asset Management planning back to the basics, how is the progress on our journey?
- What can we learn from others who are at a different stage of their journey?
- Are we focussing on the aspects that make a significant difference?
NZRA Presentation, 29 July 2014
‘World is changing, you can feel it in the water, you can feel it in the air’ is a classic line from the Lord of the Rings movies.
The world of Parks and Community Infrastructure asset management is also changing with the impact of a number of strategic trends starting to be ‘felt’ by the sector.
Macro changes in New Zealand population distribution, demographics, urban form, and fiscal constraint will all impact on Parks and Community Infrastructure.
Ross’s presentation will summarise these major changes, and examine some of the potential impacts on Parks and Community Infrastructure.
The ‘shrinking town’ impacts on Detroit, USA will be reviewed, along with community lead initiatives that have followed. The potential issues with community lead initiatives will be discussed.
The presentation will conclude with observations regarding how to start positioning Parks and Community Infrastructure asset management to meet the challenges presented by these change trends.