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The purpose of asset management is to monitor all assets, i.e. facilities, structures, interfaces, ICT and other material components down to the last screwdriver, along their entire life cycles. An Infrastructure Asset Management System controls the integrated and cross-disciplinary interplay of strategies, processes and IT systems involved in the management of critical infrastructures.
Organisations responsible for maintaining efficient road, rail, ports, airports and utilities infrastructure are facing unparalleled challenges to build, operate, maintain and replace ageing assets. They’re doing this at a time when the digital economy is developing tools and methods that can fundamentally transform the practice of asset management.
This presentation looks at how owners need to look beyond now and past the horizon and how digital information tools can assist in reducing lifecycle costs in caring for the asset.
Head of Asset Management,Opus International (Malaysia) Berhad, a company of UEM Edgenta Group
Ir. Gandhi Suppiah has over 25 years of experience with consulting firms and contractor organisations in the design, construction and project management of major multidisciplinary infrastructure projects.
He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of Institution of Civil Engineers with comprehensive knowledge of managing transport infrastructure and built environment assets in diverse environments, with a successful track record of delivering significant engineering projects from concept through design and construction and into lifecycle maintenance and rehabilitation.
In Malaysia, Gandhi heads the Asset Management, Asset Consultancy Division for UEM Edgenta and is responsible for the Network Maintenance of the North South Expressway (PLUS), Pan Borneo Highway, Sabah Engineering Delivery and development of digital Asset Management Systems.
He also leads the Asset Management Department at Opus International in the Far East. He is responsible for the delivery of new and maintenance engineering schemes in Asia Pacific network, both highways and the built environment.
He has strong business and strategic focus as well as excellent people management and communication skills, gained through leading multi-disciplinary teams in diverse environments, participating in industry committees and developing best practice in areas such as asset management and infrastructure technology.