Zoom: This webinar is a joint CIHT Northern Ireland and ICE NI Knowledge Event.
The presentation will highlight the asset management maturity journey in infrastructure organisations reflecting the good practices in the industry outlining some of the current thinking adopted by National Highways.
We will hear from Alan Taggart, Managing Director of KPMG’s Asset Management Advisory Practice and Dr Janvi Shah, Head of Asset Management Strategy with National Highways.
Dr. Janvi Shah will cover the road to asset management maturity within the Highways Sector in line with international good practice, whilst also discussing the common challenges, opportunities and how can these be addressed amidst a changing landscape.
All CIHT members and non-members welcome to join.
Alan Taggart CEng FICE FCHIT
Alan is Managing Director of KPMG’s Asset Management Advisory Practice. Alan specialises in infrastructure asset management strategy and transformation to support improved business outcomes. Throughout his career Alan has worked with senior stakeholders in infrastructure organisations at national and international level. This includes a variety of public sector and other infrastructure organisations in the UK such as National Highways, Transport Scotland the Department for Transport, London Underground, Ministry of Defence, Network Rail and the Office of Rail and Road. Alan has also acted for lending institutions as part of private finance contracts, advising on investment risk in long term asset performance.
He has been instrumental in authoring a number of national reviews, codes of practice and national guidance documents including the UKRLG Asset Management Guidance in 2013 and Well Maintained Highway Infrastructure 2016. Alan is currently supporting National Highways transform its approach to asset management.
Dr. Janvi Shah, Head of Asset Management Strategy with National Highways
Janvi has been a Chartered Engineer for over 11 years, with experience in developing and delivering end to end asset management strategies for asset intensive organisations.