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Title: Managing municipal infrastructure assets
Authors: Wall, K
Manus, A
Lowe, N
Keywords: WSA
Water services authorities
Issue Date: Jan-2006
Publisher: Asce-Amer Soc Civil Engineers
Citation: Wall, K, Manus, A and Lowe, N. Managing municipal infrastructure assets. Civil Engineering, Vol.14(1), pp 29
Abstract: While some measures are within the power of a WSA, some can only be done by, or are best done by, a larger grouping, or by another entity, such as by a government department. An example of what cannot be done by an individual WSA is a gathering and critical analysis of good practice. But, above all, there is a need for a national strategy to ensure that municipal infrastructure assets deliver services to specification for the whole of their design lives – and for the carrying through of this strategy into the legislative, regulatory, institutional, financial, technological, human resources and other changes that are no doubt required. Part of this national strategy must be a skills plan to ensure the long-term supply of technically trained human resources.
Description: Copyright: 2006 Asce-Amer Soc Civil Engineers
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/804
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