Asset Management for Highways 2008
|Event Date/Time: Mar 31, 2008||End Date/Time: Apr 01, 2008|
The year ahead is shaping up as one of the most challenging for local highways authorities. The need to ensure accurate valuation of your asset base, in line with the upcoming CIPFA report, and the increasing demand on effective network management following the introduction of the Traffic Management Act means that your authority must be up-to-date with the latest developments shaping your sector.
Add to this the continuing battle to defend your highways budget and growing demands on service level delivery, and successful implementation of your Asset Management Plan (AMP) presents a daunting task. Are you effectively prepared for the challenges that 2008 will bring?
IQPC¡¦s Asset Management for Highways 2008, taking place on 31st March ¡V 1st April 2008 at Millennium Copthorne Hotel, Birmingham is the only event addressing these challenges directly. This event, now in its 6th year, has established itself as an invaluable forum for highways and infrastructure managers to discuss the latest policy requirements and benchmark best practice. Seize this opportunity to address the operational and financial challenges that you and your colleagues face from increased budgetary scrutiny and a demanding policy environment.
By attending this event you will:
„Ï Establish the best practice methods of UK highways authorities
„Ï Get to grips with gross and depreciated asset valuation modelling
„Ï Gain an insight into future policy direction from major players
„Ï Examine the implications of the CIPFA review of local highways infrastructure finance
„Ï Improve on current processes and systems to deliver efficiency gains
„Ï Network with peers from the UK¡¦s local authorities
„Ï Deliver on the increasingly high demands of the customer
„Ï Prove the value of highway infrastructure assets
„Ï Explore the latest technology to improve asset monitoring and data management
Every year, IQPC¡¦s Asset Management for Highways event provides a valuable forum in which those involved with highways management and engineering participate in interactive discussion with experts from across the UK local authorities. It is a rare opportunity for you to benchmark your performance against those of other authorities and directly interact with major policy players.