MIIP Report: Case Studies on Municipal Infrastructure Investment Planning

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DOIResolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.4224/20378183
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TypeTechnical Report
Series titleClient Report. NRC Institute for Research in Construction
Physical description17 p.
Subjectasset management, integrated decision support systems, wastewater infrastructure, condition assessment; Asset management
AbstractThis report summarizes five case studies in the field of strategic asset management from a number of partners within the Municipal Infrastructure Investment Planning project. The objective of this report is to present examples of best practices in the field of investment planning from municipal infrastructure assets. The case studies presented herein demonstrate the development of asset management in the partner municipal organizations. The report presents summaries of more extensive reports and presentations by the contributors. The first case study, from the Region of Durham, deals with the development of a strategic asset management plan for the Region's pumping stations. The next study compares the preliminary results of the implementation of an integrated decision support system for infrastructure in the City of Hamilton and the Department of National Defence. The third and fourth case studies, from the Region of Halton, investigate the utilization of closed circuit television inspection for wastewater infrastructure and the use of facility condition assessments and audits for capital planning. The last case study in this report is from the City of Edmonton and illustrates the steps and challenges involved in implementing an asset accounting system.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number16428
NPARC number20378183
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Record created2012-07-24
Record modified2016-10-03
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