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Road Infrastructure Management (RIMS), Infrastructure Decision Support (IDS), New Zealand Utilities Advisor Group (NZUAG) and The Roading Efficiency Group (REG) are continuing with a two day event, driven by the success of the previous forums. We are proud to be supporting regional New Zealand, hosting the forum at the Dunedin Centre, Wednesday 20 March & Thursday 21 March, 2019.
Draft Programme outline
Wednesday: Plenary presentations aimed at the broad roading infrastructure management industry. Sharing asset management good practice examples, data collection, works management, transforming data into intelligence and the use of systems and data in optimised decision making and the management of assets. Day one will be showcase ingenuity, with examples of leading best practice and thinking around adapting to current issues, innovation and managing better than we have.
Thursday: Three concurrent, focused theme streams featuring more detailed technical talks as well as workshops for sharing challenges and learnings, debating and digging further into these key areas.
- Roading Optimised Decision Making
- Corridor Management
- Data to Delivery
An important goal of day two is to provide a forum for professionals in different sectors of the industry who do not often get the opportunity to meet as a community to come together, network and make contacts.
Who should attend?
Forum attendees will be those with an interest in advanced roading asset management and improving the use and preservation of roading corridors and include:
- Road controlling authority roading managers and asset managers
- Asset Database Managers and Technicians
- Contractors involved in roading asset management and asset information management
- Consultants involved in roading asset management and asset information management
- Industry Suppliers
- Corridor Managers
- Utility Companies
- Contractors involved with corridor utility works
See you there…..at the Road Infrastructure Management Forum in March 2019 in Dunedin!
Tony Lange, Forum Chair