The professional body for whole life management of physical assets

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the professional body for

            whole life management of physical assets

                                                          



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Our priorities are to promote and enable the generation and application of knowledge, training and good practice, and to help individuals become demonstrably competent.

A UK Chapter of the Institute of Asset Management has been established to support the development of the IAM in the UK.

With the growing number of members of the IAM it has been agreed that establishing the UK chapter will increase the capacity of the Board to achieve their aims.

The IAM is a not for profit membership organisation that exists to advance for the public benefit the science and practice of asset management.

                                                                      

Our aims are to:

 

Raise awareness of the existing knowledge base

 

Generate growth in the knowledge base

 

Disseminate knowledge

 

Influence public policy and industry practice

 

Deliver valuable services to our members

 

Manage a robust, sustainable organisation

 


If you are interested in becoming more involved with The IAM UK Chapter, please contact

the Chapter Committee or your local Branch representative.


 

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Events

The IAM Eastern Branch Meeting - 14 December 2017

Anglian Water Services, Thorpe Wood House, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE3 6WT.
14 Dec 2017

IAM Eastern Branch Presents:

Delivering the Benefits of Reduced Carbon, Reduce Cost Infrastructure

 

 

 

IAM North West Branch – Social Event

Mackie Mayor, Eagle Street, Manchester City Centre
01 Feb 2018

Come along and network! 

Beginning with the end in mind: an overview of the Thames Tideway Tunnel asset management approach

Tideway Offices, Cottons Centre, Cottons Lane, London SE1 2QG
06 Feb 2018

Beginning with the end in mind: an overview of the Thames Tideway Tunnel asset management approach

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