Public Works Expo 2018

TU04 - International Perspective Presentation: Asset Management in Australia: Part 1

Aug 28, 2018 9:45am ‐ Aug 28, 2018 11:00am


Attend this informative session featuring case studies on how asset management is being implemented in Australia. This session will include presentations regarding:

  • Implementation of a sustainable Road Asset Management program, by the Campbelltown City Council, which includes sustainable pavement preservation strategies to both stretch the budget and meet the community‚Äôs expectations for smooth and safe roads.
  • Establishment of a Customer Service Level Intervention Framework, by the Mount Barker District Council, that is an interaction between customer service level expectations, maintenance practices, resource allocation, and financial accountability through robust reporting
  • Lessons-learned over the last seven-years in Queensland, Australia on how having good, up-to-date asset management information at your fingertips to make sure the necessary funding for recovery after natural disasters is obtained and allocated appropriately.

For more information about Asset Management in Australia, attend Asset Management In Australia Part 2 on Wednesday, 9:30 - 10:45 a.m.

Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, you will be better able to: 

  • Demonstrate to elected officials the benefits of implementing a sustainable Road Asset Management strategy to maximize pavement life at a lower life cycle cost.
  • Recognize where a Customer Service Level Intervention Framework could be best applied with respect to risk management, organizational priorities, budget constraints, and customer expectations.
  • Manage asset restoration and funding issues after a natural disaster through asset management.


  • Ross Ioakim, P Eng, PhD, Account Manager, Local Government Airports, Downer Group, Rosehill, NSW, Australia
  • Harold Lancaster, Leader Asset Operations (Australia, New Zealand), GHD Advisory, Queensland, Australia
  • Chris Massey, Civil Engineer, Assets Engineer, Mount Barker District Council, Australia

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