March Meeting Point Out Now

AMCouncil March Meeting Point e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greatest AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including links to some great technical articles and announcements.

Check your inboxes to read all the latest or view it here.

EoI sought for web based publication 'An Interactive Guide to Asset Data Management'

Expressions of Interest sought. Be part of the web based publication - An Interactive Guide to Asset Data Management - Closes Friday 9th April

The Data in Asset Management special interest group is writing an interactive guidance document to support asset data management aligning to the Asset Management Capability Delivery Model and Asset Management System Model.  

The document is to be written by members for members capturing experiences and sharing stories, tips and tricks to assist practitioners around 10 key themes.

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Australian Governments Mandating Asset Management

NSW and VIC

It is widely acknowledged nowadays that the most effective way for an enterprise to build value is through asset management. Its principles are far-reaching and its benefits extend into all sectors and disciplines, from large engineering assets to art galleries, transport to defence, public parks to energy, and buildings to data.

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Hammersmith Bridge – The plan to rebuild

Hammersmith Bridge in London is a fine example of engineering expertise. First built in 1887, it crosses the River Thames between Hammersmith and Barnes, and was designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette. It is 13m wide and 210m long, with a central roadway and pedestrian crossing on either side. It is also London’s weakest bridge, with a 7.5 tonne limit and recent traffic flow, predominately for single-decker buses, has been controlled by traffic lights[1].

Read more: Hammersmith Bridge – The plan to rebuild