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Title: Innovation results of IAM planning in urban water services
Authors: Cardoso, M. A.
Poças, A.
Silva, M. S.
Ribeiro, R.
Almeida, M. C.
Brito, R.
Coelho, S. T.
Alegre, H.
Keywords: Infrastructure asset management;Urban water services;Strategic planning;Tactical planning
Issue Date: 19-Nov-2015
Publisher: IWA
Abstract: The requirement to provide continuously the urban water services while infrastructures are ageing, impose the need for increasingly sustainable infrastructure asset management (IAM). To achieve and maintain the adequate levels of service, the AWARE-P IAM methodology has been applied in collaborative projects launched by the National Civil Engineering Laboratory (LNEC), in partnership with IST (Technical University of Lisbon), Addition (software company) and several water utilities. The objective of these projects is to support urban water utilities in the development, implementation and maintenance of IAM plans. To guarantee the success of IAM planning, following the AWARE-P IAM methodology, utilities are required to: consider that the infrastructure has system behaviour and lifespan is indefinite and guarantee the full-alignment of IAM planning with organisation objectives. By analysing the strategic and tactical plans of participating utilities, the proposed methodology principles are discussed and supported. The main innovation results from the implementation of IAM planning are also presented and discussed, including the challenges of setting up an IAM process, together with the major benefits and drawbacks that come up when developing IAM plans. The results were demonstrated by the effective implementation of 16 strategic and 13 tactical IAM plans by the participating utilities.
URI: http://repositorio.lnec.pt:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/1007630
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