Managing Infrastructure Assets

Venue: Hotel Okura

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event Date/Time: Jun 05, 2007 End Date/Time: Jun 06, 2007
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Asset managers throughout Europe are facing similar challenges. Processes to accurately monitor asset condition and efficiently act on the resulting data must be carried out in a cost-effective and justifiable way. As the scope of asset management continues to expand - with wider business objectives being taken into account - it is an ideal time to ask whether a common approach to asset management is desirable, what role standards like PAS 55 might play, and how benchmarking can be established most effectively.

Following the success of last years' inaugural event, The Adam Smith Institute's Managing Infrastructure Assets conference will again be taking a tactical look at the challenges facing asset managers and their possible solutions in the light of recent developments. Using a variety of case studies, presentations and cross-industry panels, delegates will learn about others' experiences in an atmosphere that encourages open debate.

Key speakers include:

- Herbert Fuchs, Managing Director, Kelag Netz, Austria
- John Woodhouse, Council Member, The Institute of Asset Management, UK
- Geoff Aitkenhead, Asset Management Director, Scottish Water, UK
- Vivianne Karlsson, Replacement of Infrastructure Department, Banverket, Sweden
- Per Kvick, Replacement of Infrastructure Department, Banverket, Sweden
- Gren Messham, Director of Asset Management, Severn Trent Water, UK
- Gerlof den Buurman, Project Manager, Prorail, The Netherlands
- Harry van Breen, Risk Manager, Continuon Netbeheer, The Netherlands