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  • Melbourne, transforming culture and behaviour in asset centric organisations

    Melbourne 21 Feb 19The Melbourne Chapter has had a great start to the year with over 30 keen AMCouncil members and associates who got together late February to discuss challenges in transforming culture and behaviour in asset centric organisations. A discussion was had led by Greg Williams, Executive, Executive Director Asset Performance, Yarra Trams, and Julian Watts, Director Engineering & Asset Management, KPMG.

  • National Symposium Registrations Open

    With the government sector taking up asset management implementation, it's a ripe time to learn all about it. Come along to discover the latest asset management happenings across states and how it's benefiting communities. For more info, visit: www.amcouncil.com.au/events/symposium

  • November Meeting Point, out now!

    mail 1048452 1920The latest edition of Meeting Point, our monthly e-newsletter was released on Friday. With a new, streamlined look featuring all the November highlights - technical articles, events, photos and opportunities - it's sure to have something for everyone. Read it here.

  • Symposium Registrations now open

    Sympoisum 2018 Registrations Open CroppedWe're excited to announce that registrations are now open for this year's symposium! This year's symposium will focus on Asset Management in Government and aims to bring representatives from various state governments together to share experiences and challenges in Asset Management and provide a forum for information sharing.

    Some items on the program include:

  • Systems Engineering in Public Transport

    Melbourne 6 AugustIn a joint event last night between the AMCouncil and SESA (Systems Engineering Society of Australia) we brought together the philosophies and disciplines of Asset Management and Systems Engineering in Public Transport. It was interesting hearing different perspectives from panellists Len Neist, Anthea Antonio, Heather Moody and Paul O'Hallaron as they touched on using both asset management and systems engineering to break down any silos and to better understand and address the interfaces and interdependencies.

  • Thanks for attending, Melbourne

    ISOTC251The Melbourne chapter hosted an information session on the recent work of the TC251 standards committee last Thursday. Tom Carpenter, an AMC Board member and the Professionals Australia representative on TC251, explained the challenges the committee has been embracing to provide asset managers with additional material on value. Probably one of the more perplexing concepts for asset managers is making choices about value measurement. The TC251 committee has explored several options for measuring value in the next draft of the ISO 5500 Standards, including financial, safety, social and environmental parameters. AMC and EA members in Melbourne were enthusiastic with questions and feedback about the work of the TC251 committee and the more general work on asset management standards.

  • The Asset Management Value Proposition

    money 2724241 1920The Melbourne Chapter got together for a session last Thursday, 16 November to talk about the Asset Management Value Proposition. John Dyer, AusNet Services, and Tim Gowland, Energy Safe Victoria, explored more about the value being delivered in AusNet Services and the electricity industry more generally through asset management. The general consenis was that, for Asset Management to add value, the benefits must be greater than the cost (from the view of the stakeholder).

    To obtain a copy of John's presentation shared at this session, please visit here. (This content is available for members only, see our affordable membership options here).

  • Themes of Asset Management

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    During the Asset Management Council’s recent Asset Management in Government Symposium, held on Friday 4th October at the Pan Pacific Melbourne on the picturesque South Wharf, there were key themes that sprang from each speaker. Read on to learn more about the day and the speakers’ themes.

  • Tunnelling – it’s not all boring!

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    Melbourne’s underground transport network is a creeping network. For those of us above-ground, we take little notice that, when standing in the CBD, there is so much going on beneath the surface. Because we give nary a second thought to the network underfoot, equally forgivable is the fact that most of us probably don’t know the half of what is involved with tunnelling itself.

    So, is there more to making a tunnel than burrowing? You betcha there is!

  • Wanting to catch up?

    runner race competition femaleHave you missed an event and want to know what content was shared? Or do you simply want to revisit something of interest? Most presentations given during our technical events are uploaded to our members only knowledge bank. Comprising of over 900 technical articles, papers and presentations, simply visit here and search for a topic or a presenter to access their slide presentations.

    Most recent uploaded presentations include:

  • Win a free ticket to AMPEAK20

    Free AMPEAK TicketAMPEAK is the key meeting place for thought leaders and is one of the world's leading asset management conferences – and we're giving you the opportunity to win a free ticket valued at $2,420.

    The conference, which is being held in the vibrant city of Melbourne from 19-22 April, will feature presentations, workshops and interactive sessions from more than 120 expert speakers across all industries.

    Answer the below question for your chance to win:

  • Young Asset Management Practitioner Wanted

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    Expressions of interest wanted for AMCouncil Melbourne Chapter YAMP Representative

    The Melbourne chapter is seeking a highly qualified practitioner in asset management to serve as its Chapter Chair for the Young Asset Management Practitioners Group. The following credentials and qualities are desired: