ICE's fifth Transport Asset Management conference took place on 21 November 2017, gathering 35 expert speakers and 200 delegates from across the highways, railways, ports and airports sectors. The programme featured the latest industry thinking and lessons from major projects, alternative industries and experiences of achieving enterprise-level asset management.

Highlights of the day

  • Update on the Government's priorities for the sector
  • One-year progress report on the UKRLG Code of Practice
  • Success stories for improving ef´Čüciency, performance and value
  • Putting whole-life asset management at the core of the business strategy
  • Disruptive technology and self-aware assets
  • How to turn big data into useful data
  • The role of people – behaviours and skills for realising a digital transformation
  • Cybersecurity for transport infrastructure

Speakers

  • Andrew Boagey, Chair, Railway Civil Engineers Association
  • John Hayes CBE MP, Minister of State for Transport Legislation and Maritime, Department for Transport
  • Adam Cooper, Policy & Engagement Director, National Infrastructure Commission
  • Nick Ward, Head of Solutions Management, OEM Digital Services, Rolls Royce
  • Jonathan Jarritt, Director of Strategic Consulting and Technology, Amey Consulting
  • Matthew Lugg, Director of Public Services, WSP
  • Lila Tachtsi, UK RLG and Technical Director, Atkins
  • Andrew Boagey, Chair, Railway Civil Engineers Association
  • James Dean, Director of Route Safety and Asset Management, LNW, Network Rail
  • Stuart White, Director Business Unit Maritime & Aviation Europe, Royal HaskoningDHV
  • Peter Chambers, Group Head of Asset Care, Dublin & Cork Airport
  • Martin Hobbs, Asset Delivery National Rollout Director, Highways England
  • David White, Head of Asset Management & Strategic Planning, HS2 Ltd
  • John Chaplin, Director of External Affairs & Special Projects, The Bristol Port Company
  • Chris Dyer, Head of Consultancy, Infrastructure Asset Management, Yotta
  • Emily See, Professional Services Consultant, Yotta
  • Andrew Evans, CEO, EAMS Group
  • David Gate, Product & Solution Advocate, EAMS Group
  • Chris Founds, Infrastructure Director, CJ Founds Associates
  • Steve Berry OBE, Head, Highways Maintenance, Innovation, Resilience, Light Rail and Cableways Branch, Department for Transport
  • David Greenfield, Pothole Spotter Research Programme Lead and Managing Director, SOENECS
  • Richard Thorp, Head of Route Engineering, HS1 Ltd
  • Michele Montano, Project Manager – HS1, Bechtel Ltd
  • Brad Crumbleholme, Head of Engineering, Peel Ports
  • Aonghus O'Keefe, CEDR Interlink Research Consortium & Chartered Engineer, Associate, Roughan & O'Donovan
  • Karl Butler-Garnham, Work Package Owner CDP Key Capability “More value from data”, Cross-Industry RTS Programme Team
  • Janine Fountain, Work Package Owner CDP Key Capability “Minimal disruption to train services”, Cross-Industry RTS Programme Team
  • James Turley, Senior Maritime Engineer, Arup
  • Charles Oldham, Associate Director, Amey Consulting
  • Andrew Slater, Business Director, Metro and Franchises, Amey Consulting
  • Victor Kainth, Asset Strategy Manager – Technology, Transport for London
  • David Simpson, Investment Director, Egis International & Connect Plus
  • Andrew Jannaway, Principal Engineer, Network Rail
  • Alex Luck, Principal, A Luck Associates
  • Neil Robertson, CEO, National Skills Academy for Rail
  • Duncan McFarlane, Professor of Industrial Informational Engineering, Cambridge Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction