The UK is at the forefront of private sector delivery and financing of infrastructure, and many countries have adopted British practices. But how successful is the UK model and is it always transferable? Sarah Ahmad Tame investigates
Pressure on organisations to streamline asset management operations is becoming ever more intense, as downtime becomes increasingly expensive; both in terms of lost production capacity and unfavourable publicity. Following introduction of the pioneering ISO 55000 standard, this report demonstrates how effective asset management can generate value for the bottom line; through renewal of ageing assets, optimised maintenance and infrastructure development.
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The former Army brigadier in charge of engineering the capital’s Crossrail project gives Raymond Snoddy a progress report
Financing new energy assets for nuclear and low-carbon power generation in the UK is at the centre of political debate, as Olivia Gagan reports
Optimised maintenance programmes and workflow systems can be significantly enhanced with cutting-edge technology, writes Bryan Betts