Led by CIHT Scotland, this webinar will provide an insight to 3 Local Authorities in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Bristol, on their experiences and benefits gained from using precise asset condition measurements.
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WYSIWYG – What You See Is What You Get – A computer term from the ‘80s developed from data on the screen to data at the output being replicated precisely. The necessity of knowing the condition of assets has never been more important as societal changes mean that Local Authorities have to, in some cases, catch up, understand, and then advance to enable changes that active travel, net-zero, community place, environmental concerns and technological advancements such as 5G dictate. By having a highly defined visual footprint of assets on a border-to-border basis assists in meeting, but not exclusive to, the challenges previously outlined.
With presentations from current and past Local Authority Asset Managers, this webinar will elaborate on how asset foundation information enabled savings, assisted planning and funding, and contributed to environmental benefits. There will also be a brief insight as to how connected vehicle data may provide expeditious measurements and the impact that this data could have on Local Authorities.
This presentation will help attendees understand and gain leverage from the experiences of a select number of Local Authorities, their journeys, and their successful outcomes.
This webinar is applicable to anyone who has an interest in managing or understanding how assets affect active travel, net-zero, community place, environmental concerns, and technological advancements.
Marc specialises in asset management, lifecycle modelling and BIM. Currently leading on the DfT funded Digital Inspector trial, prior to Gaist, Marc developed and implemented the Transport Asset Management and Highway Asset Management processes for Bristol City Council.
Christina has over 22 years of leadership roles. Christina’s previous role as head of Highway Services within a Local Authority enables an excellent understanding of the requirements and challenges in the sector. This level of expertise and insight makes Christina uniquely placed to support public sector organisations with their highway asset management.
Sean has a proven track record of project management and of providing exemplary levels of service to a broad range of stakeholders both in the Public and Private Sectors. Currently employed with City of Edinburgh Council as the Roads Renewal Manager, Sean is responsible for project managing and monitoring the Road Services Capital Works Budget. This includes planning and delivering a 3-year carriageway and footway reconstruction programme of works within budget, providing meaningful reports to be approved by Council Committees, and also leads a Capital Quality Group to develop new strategies and improved means of accomplishing results.