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How asset management supports civil engineering in delivering benefits to society, SW, webinar

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 26 January 2021
  • 16:00 - 17:00
How asset management supports civil engineering in delivering benefits to society, SW, webinar

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The Institute of Asset Management Conceptual Model (the 6-Box Model) was developed by AMCL and gifted to the Institute of Asset Management. This now forms the basis of industry thinking and best practice and describes the overall scope of asset management. It highlights that asset management is about the integration of activities, and is about getting all these activities right, not just a few areas in isolation.

Society relies on physical assets to function effectively. Ensuring the assets continue to provide services and products now and into the future, through efficient and effective management techniques, is a major part of asset management.

AMCL will provide an overview of asset management and introduce the Institute of Asset Management’s Conceptual Model.

The webinar will answer the following questions:

  • How do the fields of civil engineering and asset management relate with one another?
  • How can good practice asset management support civil engineering?
  • What benefits can be realised through the adoption of key asset management principles?

The webinar will be chaired by Gary Cutts, Senior Project Manager, Turner and Townsend & ICE Trustee Board member with Paul Burcombe and Will Hunt from AMCL appearing on the panel.

The event has been organised by the ICE South West Cheltenham & Gloucester City Club.

A link to the webinar will be included in your booking confirmation email.


Paul Burcombe

Principal Consultant, AMCL

Paul Burcombe

Paul is a Principal Consultant at AMCL and has extensive experience of implementing Asset Management principles over a large and diverse portfolio of assets, both from an asset owner perspective and as a consultant in airports, rail and energy sectors.

Having held senior roles within airport companies, Paul is a proven leader in technical and people management disciplines.

Paul is also an accomplished trainer in Asset Management principles and techniques with experience in developing and delivering bespoke training programmes and delivering IAM Endorsed Training to public attendees. Additionally, Paul contributes to IAM initiatives and working groups to further the Asset Management industry.

Will Hunt

Consultant, AMCL

Will Hunt

Will is a Consultant at AMCL and a Graduate Member of the ICE. He graduated from the University of Leeds with an Integrated Masters Degree in Civil Engineering with Project Management.

Will has been involved in, and managed, a number of Asset Management projects across a variety of sectors. This has allowed him to develop extensive knowledge in the areas of Maintenance Planning within the Power Generation sector, Asset Information within the Rail, Road and Water sectors and developed professional accredited Asset Management training material (eFoundation and eCertificate).

Event venue

United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Barbara Sweet

e: [email protected]