ICE Transport Asset Management 2016, London

28 October, 2016 | 09:00 - 17:00

Transport assets - highways at night
Transport assets - highways at night

About this event

Online registration is now closed. If you wish to attend please call the ICE Events Team on +44 (0)207 665 2226.

"A must if you are involved in the infrastructure sector. Informed debate with leading industry players and policy makers"

Top transport managers will gather at the Institution of Civil Engineers' fourth Transport Asset Management conference later this month to optimise how large scale assets are built, repaired and maintained.

The packed one day programme will enable you to get up-to-speed with the latest thinking and innovative methods to tackle challenges including the increased pressure to reduce expenditure, prolong asset life cycle and meet the growing demand for better and more reliable services.

Hear from expert speakers
Featuring presentations from government departments and agencies, transport operators and major engineering providers including the Department for Transport, the Office for Rail and Road, Highways England, Network Rail and the Infrastructure and Projects Authority.

Streams to suit your knowledge and career needs
Personalise your conference experience by choosing from two specialised streams on roads and rail.

Key sessions include:

  • Launch of the new UKRLG Code Of Practice
  • Digitising asset management in Network Rail
  • Highways England’s asset-led delivery model
  • Keeping the nation moving – making UK’s railways more resilient
  • Mobile mapping technology for highways asset management
  • Improving network resilience through asset management
  • The latest asset management developments for railways

Who should attend?

The programme will be invaluable to everybody involved in the life of highway and railway infrastructure: planning and costing, design and build, and the management and maintenance of the built assets. This will include Directors and Heads of:

  • Asset Management
  • Highways Management
  • Rail
  • Networks
  • Transport and Accessibility
  • Service Delivery
  • Engineering
  • Procurement Strategy

Who is attending in 2016?

150+ transport professionals including:​
Asset Management Director, Costain
Technical Director, Arcadis
Programme Client, Department for Transport
Head of High Speed Infrastructure, Network Rail
Asset Management Leader, Balfour Beatty
Programme Manager, Anglian Water
Asset Manager, Highways England
Technical Director, Mott Macdonald
Associate Director, Severn Partnership
Divisional Director, Jacobs
Site Engineer, Volkerfitzpatrick
Senior Asset Manager, Hertfordshire County Council 
Asset Manager, Kier 
Associate Director, AECOM
Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald
Engineering Director, HS1
Executive Director, Ernst & Young
Group Manager, London Borough of Redbridge
Head of Planning, Welsh Government 
Research Engineer, Roughan & O'Donovan
Council Senior Engineer, Ove Arup & Partners
Technical Director, Arcadis
Highways Asset Manager, Oxfordshire County Council
Technical Director Asset Management, Opus International
Preview a sample of the delegate list.


Event materials

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TAM Programme

Speakers include:

  • Andrew Jones, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, Department for Transport
  • Richard Edwards, President, Institute of Asset Management
  • Alex Bywaters, Head of BIM, Highways England
  • James Dean, Director of Route Asset Management, Network Rail
  • Andrew McNaughton, Technical Director, HS2
  • Anna O'Connor, Head of Projects, Office of Rail and Road
  • Richard Moore, Head of Asset Management Development, Transport for London
  • Lila Tachtsi, UKRLG & Technical Director, Atkins
  • Adrian Oulds, Area 7 General Manager, Highways England
  • Mandy Bretherton, Technical Manager, Local Government Finance, The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA)
  • Dr Mark Brown, Business Development Director, Amey
  • Hugh Brooman, London Bridges Engineering Group (LoBEG)
  • Dr Matthew DeJong, Structures Lead, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction (CSIC)
  • Mark Jones, Service Delivery Manager, Resource Group
  • Keith Waller, Senior Advisor, Infrastructure and Projects Authority
  • Sarah Jones, GIS Manager, LandScope Engineering
  • Mike Gallop, Director Route Asset Management - Western Route, Network Rail
  • Rob Gillespie, Network Services Director, Ringway
  • Liz Kirkham, Network Manager, Gloucestershire County Council
  • Dr Gurmel Ghataroa, University of Birmingham
  • Hannah Vickers, Head of Project Initiation Routemap, Infrastructure and Projects Authority
  • Keith Waller, Senior Advisor, Infrastructure and Projects Authority
  • Andrew Warrington, ICE Transport Expert Panel

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