This unit also covers advanced asset management topics such as asset performance, monitoring, and prediction, data management, optimising investment, regulatory and government roles, and organisational culture. An understanding of international standards and ISO 55001:2014 is also covered at the organizational level. A vast majority of engineers in Australia, and around the world, are involved in managing infrastructure assets. Training will be provided to achieve safety, performance, and cost imperatives at concept development, feasibility analysis, design, construction, operation, maintenance, alteration/ renewals, and disposal of infrastructure. The processes of life cycle and risk management, maintenance requirement analysis, systems reliability engineering, and financial management for infrastructure assets are covered in this unit.
|1.||Grade different wastes and recycled materials as sustainable civil engineering materials;|
|2.||Develop new methods to produce sustainable concrete, steel, and soils and their responses to stresses through literature and laboratory practical;|
|3.||Collaborate and invent asset management organizational models, roles, and responsibilities; and|
|4.||Develop continuous improvement in the strategic and tactical response of organizations to the management of infrastructure assets.|
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