How a regional council pursues ‘best practice’ in asset management

Lance Scriven from Dubbo Regional Council explains how to bridge infrastructure and finance in asset management

How China built the world’s largest highway network

According to an old Chinese proverb: “If you want to get rich, first build a road”. It is advice that Chinese policy-makers...

Q&A with Ross Goyne: ISO Standards Feedback

In this month’s Q&A, we talk to former IPWEA President, Ross Goyne about the important role he plays in representing IPWEA at...

How two local authorities in America plan to use infrastructure stimulus funding

As difficult as it’s been for societies across the globe, the pandemic has provided a generational opportunity for governments to escalate...

Opinion: Why better asset management matters

Quality asset management gives organisations the chance to enjoy financial success

It’s time for asset management to be considered a profession in its own right:...

Asset management has long been an area that engineers, accountants and other professionals stumble into, rather than a clearly defined vocation that...

The international gold standard in integrated asset management

Finance managers need a thorough understanding of all aspects of asset management, says GFOA CEO Chris Morrill.

Why IPWEA’s IIMM e-book is faster, easier and more efficient

IPWEA has launched its globally acclaimed International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) in a comprehensive online program. The IIMM E-Book provides members with...

Why it’s important to have good asset and financial management planning

An asset management plan is important for communication and transparency in an organisation’s decision-making, says IPWEA's Allen Mapstone

IPWEA supports greater emphasis on asset management in the renewables sector

Operators of Australia’s clean-energy facilities must deploy effective asset management tools to remain viable in the longer term, say experts

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