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  1. 1. Book before 20 February 2014 and SAVE up to $1,996 Government and Enterprise Congress 19-22 May 2014 The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE Adopting strategic asset management to optimise asset performance, capitalise on investments and maximise whole life asset value FEATURING HIGH-LEvEL LEADERS IN GOvERNMENT AND ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT: Patrick Allman-Ward CEO DANAGAS UAE Frank Ruffa Group Manager Asset Management Group San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), USA Dr. Najib Dandachi Asset Management Director TRANSCO UAE Eng. Suhail Thani Al Muhairi Acting Executive Director of Infrastructure and Municipal Assets Al Ain City Municipality, UAE Abdulhadi Alalyak Vice President - Asset Management & Corporate Administration Corporate Affairs du UAE Matthew Hannaway Head of Project Risk and Value Management Network Rail UK WHAT WILL ATTENDING THE CONGRESS HELP YOU ACHIEvE? BENCHMARK against leading regional and international asset managers to build a sustainable platform aligned with the region’s growing markets DRIVE CHANGE in your asset management division with cutting-edge insight from regional and global leading minds Develop and embed strategic asset management processes through REAL-LIFE CASE STUDIES and proven strategies MEET and NETWORK with high-level experts to exchange best practice, brainstorm ideas and share winning strategies through more interactive and engaging formats Practical learning on the ALL-NEW published ISO 55001 directly from the ISO Project Committee Asset management journeys from SEWA, PLUS! Al Ain Municipality, EMAL, DANAGAS, Network Rail, Oman Electricity Transmission Company, United Utilities, Gatwick Airport and many more! PLUS! IN-DEPTH MASTERCLASSES LED BY WORLD-CLASS EXPERTS A Making Asset Management Work for Sector Leaders B Effective Data and Information Strategy Strategic Partner Support Sponsor C Transforming asset management theory into practice Media Partner www.iirme.com/assetmanagement D The ISO 55001 Boot Camp: ISO55000 – “It’s not about the standard, it’s all about the money!” Organised By
  2. 2. Supporting MENA’s Infrastructure Growth From Dubai Expo 2020 to the Qatar FIFA 2022 and countless infrastructure mega projects across the Middle East, asset-intensive sectors will face enormous growth in the coming years. Developing strategic asset management capabilities is more essential than ever to keeping up with the region’s economic and physical growth. The Government and Enterprise Asset Management Congress comes back for the third year advocating the development of asset management capabilities across government and private physical asset owners. The event is developed to help you deploy strategic asset change management in your organisation from leading regional and global best practice. Whether it is asset risk management, asset investment planning, developing human capabilities, improving asset information and performance or even ISO 55001 implementation, the Congress presents you with a unique platform to meet regional asset owners across major sectors to address your most pressing challenges and catch up on the latest industry trends. WHAT IS HAPPENING AT THE CONGRESS? REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE CASE STUDIES Leading global and regional asset owners will share their asset management journeys and proven techniques, solutions, strategies and results. IN-DEPTH WORKSHOPS Fast track your assets’ performance by gaining practical learning and take-away lessons from worldclass experts in four extensive workshops. DEDICATED INDUSTRY- FOCUSED EXECUTIvE ROUNDTABLES Want to network with your peers from the utilities, transport, infrastructure, or oil & gas? Participate in dynamic discussions with your industry peers to exchange practices, share experiences and discuss ideas in interactive roundtable sessions. MAJOR SECTORS REPRESENTED INCLUDE: Utilities - Electricity, Water & Power Infrastructure HOSTED SPEED NETWORKING Take part in an un-missable speed networking opportunity – engage and interact with regional asset management pioneers from leading government and private asset owners in a lively interactive session. ORGANISATIONAL LEADERS PANELS Learn how to communicate your strategy to the wider business in panel discussions featuring insight from CEOs and organisational leaders on the role of strategic asset management in driving bottom-line gains. WHO BENEFITS FROM ATTENDING THIS CONGRESS? Asset Management Maintenance Telecoms Asset Strategy & Planning Asset Engineering Risk Management Operations Strategic Network Planning Manufacturing Asset Information Management / System Asset Integrity Oil And Gas | INTERACTIvE LEARNING SESSIONS Discover how to successfully develop and integrate a strategic asset change management model in your organisation through applicable live case studies, extensive workshops, panel debates and roundtable discussions. Infrastructure & Investment Transport - Road, Rail, Airports Tel: +971 4 335 2437 EXCLUSIvE LEARNING ON THE ALL-NEW ISO55001 Learn first-hand from Rhys Davies, the Chairman of the ISO Project Committee how to draw up a strategic road map to standarise your organisation with the newly published ISO55001. Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register@iirme.com | Finance Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  3. 3. PRE CONGRESS MASTERCLASSES Monday |19 May 2014 MASTERCLASS A 08:30 to 12:30 Making Asset Management Work for Sector Leaders: Developing and Improving Your Asset Management Capabilities In this interactive masterclass delegates will learn how to deliver best practice asset management, regulation and privatisation work practically within their sectors. The masterclass will show how different organisations can work together and contribute to making overall sector improvements. Highly interactive, with many real-life examples from around the world, the workshop will discuss how to avoid common mistakes made by others. This masterclass is aimed at senior representatives of Ministries, regulators, government departments and municipal organisations, as well as CEOs, Directors and Senior Managers of private companies from all infrastructure sectors including government, municipal, health, power, water, wastewater, rail, airports, ports, and oil and gas. MASTERCLASS B 13:30 to 17:30 Effective Data and Information Strategy: Successfully Capturing and Optimising Asset Management Data Government and private asset owners continue to gather increasing amounts of data and are seeking to use this data effectively to extract key information that will drive high asset performance, better investment planning and improve capital efficiency. This masterclass is structured to provide delegates with applicable learning tools in developing a robust, high-integrity asset data and information management strategy to support high quality and timely asset management decision making. Key Topics • Effectively developing an asset information strategy • Creating line of sight between information and corporate objectives • Getting the asset information specifications right Key Topics • What is asset management, how can it help organisations improve, and how to make it work practically your organisation? • Asset management model: The roles and the relationships between the sector organisations, and how to make them work • Regulation: How to drive the right behaviours and improvements in regulated companies • Privatisation and outsourcing: Outlining the different models, how it should be implemented, and the benefits and disadvantages of privatisation • Understanding the role of the asset owner and regulator in driving organisations to improve performance and maturity Benefits of Attending • Learn how asset management can help sector leaders, government and private asset owners, regulators and CEOs achieve organisational change • Understand the benefits and problems arising from regulation, privatisation, outsourcing and implementing asset management and how to overcome them • Learn from experiences from leading global asset owners on implementing asset management, regulation and privatisation. • Practical application of best practice asset management in your specific sector Your Masterclass Leaders Tim Young Director, Qasr, UK • Understanding what data quality really means • Implementing an ISO8000 quality management system Benefits of Attending • How to analyse your asset data to extract key information that will be used in AM decision making • Learn how to improve your asset condition data acquisition and assessment to make better AM decisions • Developing an asset data gap analysis to determine where the discrepancies are • Effectively integrating all the assets’ data to create a centralised data center • Exploring the latest asset data and information management systems Your Masterclass Leader Patrick Bossert Director of Asset Information, Network Rail, UK An excellent opportunity to TRANSCO network with other AM movers and shakers Dr. Richard Chilton Director, Qasr, UK It’s really enhanced my knowledge in the asset Omantel management field STRATEGIC PARTNER Qasr is an organisation that provides advisory and recruitment services to the electricity, water and wastewater industries in the Middle East, United Kingdom and around the world. Qasr’s directors and consultants are all senior utility practitioners who have extensive experience of working within utilities themselves and also advising utilities on how to improve performance. Qasr is a niche organisation providing bespoke business solutions. Our main areas of specialisation are asset management, capital programme management, investment planning and optimisation; cost and asset modelling; asset valuation; and the organisation, process design and business change activities required to embed these capabilities. Exceeded expectations – very DP World well balanced and informative For more information about QASR, visit www.qasr.co.uk. Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register@iirme.com | Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  4. 4. CONGRESS DAY ONE 08:00 Registration and morning refreshments 09:00 Opening remarks from the Chair Tuesday | 20 May 2014 Asset Change Management 11:30 REGIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE GROWTH Opening Ceremony 09:10 Keynote Address & In Depth Interview Driving world-class growth in the region’s Oil and Gas sector by developing asset management capabilities in the Middle East Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO, DANAGAS, UAE Strategic Asset Management Growth in the GCC OPENING STRATEGIC SESSION 09:40 §§ More than maintenance or operations: Outlining the holistic value of the whole-life asset management framework to demonstrate the impact on asset performance across the business CASE STUDY §§ Gaining buy-in from internal stakeholders by highlighting the value asset management has on the business’ bottom line and service quality §§ Educating and teaching diverse teams how to become a strategic asset oriented function Aligning regional asset management capabilities to support the regional infrastructure boom §§ Managing regional asset management capabilities with regional development plans: how prepared are we to maintain the surge in infrastructure projects in the Middle East? §§ Getting input from different departments to customise the asset management framework to their needs §§ What does an effective asset-oriented organisation look like look like? §§ Optimising the investment in infrastructure projects by ensuring a Frank Ruffa, Group Manager, Asset Management Group, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), USA strategic long-term plan is properly executed §§ Outlining the upcoming demand and asset management requirements across diverse sectors – Infrastructure, Transportation, Water, Electricity and Oil & Gas Long-Term Investment Returns §§ The impact of shifting from PAS55 to ISO 55001 on maintaining the sustainability of infrastructure assets §§ Refurbish vs rebuild: Balancing the cost versus risk trade-off 12:10 §§ Collaboratively developing asset management policies and significant cost savings and economic benefits of utilising PPP in the region’s infrastructure development plans §§ Developing a long-term asset financing plan to ensure optimal utilisation §§ Proactive not Reactive: Building maintenance strategies for existing and new capital assets to reduce costs and maintain a positive ROI throughout the life cycle guidelines to ensure alignment with the business goals Paul Gibbons, Asset Managment Principal, Gatwick Airport, UK awareness and support the change management process across the organisation? §§ Changing the culture from the top: Highlighting the need for organisational leaders to mobilise the evolution of asset management across the corporation 12:50 §§ Contributing to the asset life cycle plan to ensure a sustainable 10:55 Morning refreshments and structured speed networking break An opportunity to shake hands with region and international peers. Don’t forget to bring your business cards! ORE BOOK BEYF2014 & AR 20 FEBRU 96 SAVE $19 Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Afternoon lunch and networking break Information And Data Management asset optimization framework Dr. Najib Dandachi, Asset Management Director, Abu Dhabi Transmission and Despatch Company TRANSCO, UAE Patrick Allman-Ward, CEO, DANAGAS, UAE Dr. Abdulgader Othman Amir, Mayor Advisor for Jeddah Plans Project, Jeddah Municipality, KSA Ensuring sustainable long-term returns in infrastructure investments at Gatwick Airport by adopting a long-term asset management framework §§ Investment capitalisation: Effectively managing the investment throughout the asset life cycle from inception to project delivery to ensure maximum returns §§ Identifying potential investment efficiencies gained from the §§ How can key stakeholders and top management build 13:50 CASE STUDY ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS PANEL KEYNOTE PANEL Leading from the top: Driving strategic asset management from the board level to ensure organisation-wide execution of asset management strategy §§ Understanding asset management’s strategic role in maximising corporate gains KEWNOTE CASE STUDY Yousuf Bastaki, Vice President - Projects, Emirates Aluminum (EMAL), UAE 10:10 Moving from customary to strategic thinking: Communicating the positive impact asset management has on business value to change the perception of and approach to asset management across the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) Asset information as an enabler to better informed business decisions: How did Network Rail in the UK deliver a successful information transformation programme? Network Rail manages and operates 22,000 miles of rail infrastructure in England, Scotland and Wales, serving one of the highest density rail operations in Europe delivering over19,000 train services per day. The infrastructure includes national telecoms, power, and signalling networks, 2,500 stations and over 30,000 structures ranging from newly-built to some that are almost 200 years old. In this presentation, Patrick explores the core objectives of an effective Asset Information strategy that enables better informed decisions to be made in planning, operations, major enhancements, maintenance and the wider industry. Patrick is accountable for a £42m operating division of Network Rail and a £330m information transformation programme, the largest of its kind in Europe. He is responsible for enabling the business to deliver over £700m in business benefit over five years. Patrick Bossert, Director of Asset Information, Network Rail, UK Email: register@iirme.com | Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  5. 5. §§ Establishing a contract performance and KPI based system to It’s All About The (Human) Assets! Afternoon refreshment and networking break 15:40 LEADERS PANEL Raising external capital for mega projects in the Middle East by guaranteeing high ROI for PPP investors §§ Examining successful PPP models suitable for deployment across Middle East projects §§ Successful project management implementation to ensure value for money and project risk mitigation PPP PANEL 15:10 ensure asset management objectives are met by all stakeholders §§ Identifying and achieving agreed asset management PPP PANEL People Matter: Embedding a capability development programme at DP World to raise the importance of the asset management profession §§ Is it an engineering, procurement, operations or business profession? Defining the balance of core competencies that make up an effective asset management professional §§ Measuring the increase in your team’s performance and translating into dollar gains §§ Bridging the gap between your team’s competencies and the organisation’s requirements to identify key capabilities that need recruiting §§ How can you develop your local staff to meet localisation requirements John Arnup, Director of Global Engineering, DP World, UAE requirements to maximise investments for PPP projects Mark Lemmon, CEO, MENA Infrastructure Fund Hunaid Contractor, Director of Project Finance Advisory, Investment Banking Group, NBAD, UAE Think Tank Session 1 - Improving Asset Management Processes 16:25 INDUSTRY ROUNDTABLES CASE STUDY 14:30 Develop the optimal asset management framework for your organisation Share best practices in developing and enhancing asset management structures in the following sectors: Ÿ Infrastructure Ÿ Transport Ÿ Utilities – Water and Power Ÿ Oil and Gas Ÿ Manufacturing Roundtable Moderators Include: Frank Ruffa, Group Manager, Asset Management Group, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), USA Nabil Ghaleb, Projects Interface Management Department Head, Projects Group, GASCO, UAE 17:05 Closing remarks from the Chair CONGRESS DAY TWO 08:00 10:30 Registration and morning refreshments 09:00 Wednesday | 21 May 2014 Opening remarks from the Chair Linking Finance And Asset Management Aligning finance with asset management to clearly measure and translate the performance of assets into dollar values §§ How do you demonstrate the financial outcome of an asset’s performance? §§ Identifying and mitigating financial risks to minimise the impact on asset performance §§ Not only minimising but optimising costs: Choosing the relevant maintenance and operation plan for your asset §§ Ensuring cooperation from the finance team to facilitate flow of information and financial planning Matar Al Mehairi, Head of Asset Management, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), UAE Khamis Salim Al Romaimi, Head Asset Management, Oman Electricity Transmission Company, Oman Abdulhadi Alalyak, Vice President - Asset Management & Corporate Administration, du, UAE Matthew Hannaway, Head of Project Risk and Value Management, Network Rail, UK §§ Benefits and best practice for sustainable Asset Management operations CASE STUDY LEADERS PANEL 09:05 Embedding sustainability into the municipal infrastructure asset management framework to create better alignment with municipal infrastructure projects in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi §§ Identification of Sustainability elements in the Municipal Asset Management Framework §§ Exploring sustainability measures currently underway in the Municipalities in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi §§ Future goals and objectives for sustainable infrastructure elements in Asset Management §§ Introduction to the Asset Management Enterprise system being developed and implemented and its benefits to furthering Sustainable Infrastructure Asset Management Eng. Nicholas Wellwood, Advisor – Integrated Infrastructure Planning, Department of Municipal Affairs, Abu Dhabi, UAE Abdulhameed Al Marzouqi, Director Asset Management, Department of Municipal Affairs, Abu Dhabi, UAE 11:10 Morning refreshments and networking break Standardisation Asset Life Cycle 360° CASE STUDY 09:50 Adopting a strategic master plan for a utility supplying over 7 million customers – Implementing a sustainable asset organisation in United Utilities that enhances reliability and maximises asset optimisation §§ Creating a sustainable investment plan with double digit capital efficiency that meets customer expectations whilst ensuring long term returns for shareholders §§ Managing civil assets over many decades whilst managing the obsolescence of short-life assets §§ Taking life cycle approach to asset planning: Devising a master asset management plan taking into account cost, value, longevity and rehabilitation §§ Embedding a long-term strategic mind-set in your asset management team to facilitate seamless delivery of asset interventions Dave Champness, Head of Strategic Asset Planning, United Utilities, UK Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | 11:30 The All New ISO 55001: Outlining how the new asset management standards will support asset management best practices in the Middle East §§ Critical updates: Outlining the key asset management requirements that the new standard has introduced §§ Creating a migration road map: How to move from PAS55 to ISO 55000 accreditation §§ Value vs cost: Highlighting the impact on, and value of, adopting ISO 55000 to the business §§ Will PAS55 still be required in physical asset management or will adopting ISO 55000 be sufficient? §§ How can it support the region’s long-term vision for infrastructure asset growth? Rhys Davies, Chairman, ISO Project Committee PC251 Asset Management, UK Email: register@iirme.com | Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  6. 6. CONGRESS DAY TWO Wednesday | 21 May 2014 Asset Risk And Performance CASE STUDY 12:10 ASSET DECOMISSIONING Building a robust risk management structure at Network Rail to drive long-term returns and maximise asset performance reliability §§ Choosing the appropriate criteria to identify different asset risks and criticality 15:20 Refurbish, recycle or dispose? Outlining which option is most appropriate for your asset type and strategy §§ Determining at what point an asset reaches the end of its life cycle §§ Implementing a strategic asset risk management model by §§ Identifying the impact of varying risks of different §§ Mobilising an effective risk mitigation plan while ensuring §§ “Green” and sustainable asset disposition: Utilising safe, desirable asset performance levels §§ Developing a flexible, sustainable risk management model for the region’s growing infrastructure assets Matthew Hannaway, Head of Project Risk and Value Management, Network Rail, UK 12:50 decommissioning approaches on total asset value LEADERS PANEL adopting a corporate risk approach environment-friendly disposable process for your asset §§ Is it recyclable? Knowing if and how your asset is recyclable when it reaches end of life Atif Karrani, Managing Director of Information Technologies, Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority (SEWA), UAE Dave Champness, Head of Strategic Asset Planning, United Utilities, UK Eng. Nicholas Wellwood, Advisor – Integrated Infrastructure Planning, Department of Municipal Affairs, UAE John Arnup, Director of Global Engineering, DP World, UAE Lunch and networking break ASSET OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 13:50 Adopting asset management best practices to maximise long range investment gains during the operation and maintenance stage §§ Ensuring high capital return: Examining the value of outsourcing maintenance and operations through PPP 16:00 §§ Implementing the right maintenance tactics at the appropriate CASE STUDY time during an asset’s life §§ Developing a risk based integrity management system for your asset management best project management practice to deliver value, economies of scale and increased manpower §§ Maintaining high asset reliability by employing an effective RCM strategy §§ Effectively capturing the right data to utilise it the internal roads GIS system CASE STUDY §§ Project Governance: Ensuring projects are executed in line with §§ Maintain or Rehabilitate? Establishing priorities to determine maintenance and rehabilitation projects in the City §§ Establish and implement a computerised network level infrastructure asset management system Adam Herbschleb, Head of Asset Management & Advisor, Electricity & Water Authority, Bahrain §§ Exploring the Municipality’s approach to developing their human assets effectively Eng. Suhail Thani Al Muhairi, Acting Executive Director of Infrastructure and Municipal Assets, Al Ain City Municipality Asset Management Systemisation Implementing an information management strategy that generates economies of scale and maximises asset value §§ Understanding the business philosophy and strategy before system implementation to ensure successful integration §§ Analysing the capabilities and weaknesses of your current systems to assess which areas need improvement §§ Integrating asset management processes with IT and GIS systems to enhance collaboration with the wider business units: Finance, procurement, maintenance, etc §§ Bridging the silos to create a unified asset management system that optimises asset performance §§ How can innovative IT systems support organisations in the Middle East in achieving sustainable returns from their asset bases? Think Tank Session 2 – Taking A Closer Look At The Whole Life Cycle 16:30 INDUSTRY ROUNDTABLES 14:20 Developing and integrating an infrastructure asset management framework at Al Ain Municipality to sustain the city’s growth §§ Adopting best practice for the Municipal asset management framework to create a unified organisational structure Digging deeper into the whole life cycle strategy to ensure sustainable investment returns Exchange applicable tactics and practices employed at each stage of the asset life cycle in the following industries: Ÿ Infrastructure Ÿ Transport Ÿ Utilities – Water and Power Ÿ Oil and Gas Ÿ Manufacturing Roundtable Moderators Include: Paul Gibbons, Asset Management Principal, Gatwick Airport, UK Matar Al Mehairi, Head of Asset Management, Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), UAE Khamis Salim Al Romaimi, Head Asset Management, Oman Electricity Transmission Company, Oman 17:15 Closing remarks from the Chair For an opportunity to showcase the benefits of your asset management solutions and services, contact Arshed Hussain on sponsorship@iirme.com 14:50 Afternoon refreshments and networking break Abu Dhabi An excellent congress Department of has delivered the asset Transport management context Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | This was a landmark event, recognising and accelerating Halcrow the importance of asset management in the region Email: register@iirme.com | Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  7. 7. POST CONGRESS MASTERCLASSES Thursday | 22 May 2014 MASTERCLASS C 08:30 to 12:30 Transforming asset management theory into practice: From inventory condition to costed, prioritized, asset investment planning In this masterclass, delegates will learn how to convert asset management strategies into real-life practice by employing well-established tools that will create real cost-efficiencies and measurable capital returns for their asset owning organisations. Delegates will leave knowing how to practically implement a range of powerful tools that will help them prioritise their assets and determine their investment level based on the following criteria: • • • • Asset condition Reliability Safety/security O&M cost reduction Key Topics • Setting up and populating asset inventories • Applying customisable asset criticality assessments • Utilising tailored question sets to ensure the right data is gathered on asset condition and functionality • Delivering whole life cost (WLC) forward programmes • How to develop an asset management prioritised investment plan The ISO55001 Boot Camp: ISO55000 “It’s not about the standard, it’s all about the money!” With the recent publication of ISO55001 in early 2014, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype of a management system framework for asset management, but what about delivering real reliability improvements and real cost benefits? This workshop will show how a top down management systems approach can be combined with bottom up techniques to allow organizations to target early value drivers and improvements whilst embedding change sustainably in the organization. In short – “having your cake and eating it too”! The presentation will address real world examples of implementation and benefits. • What is Asset Management? • How does a Management System like ISO55000 contribute to Asset Management? • Outline the key requirements in ISO55000 • How do you measure where you are so you can target improvements including interactive activities to start you on your journey • What about real value creation? - How do you identify what will deliver value in your organisation includes interactive activities to help you to target value opportunities in your organisation • Generating a Business Case to support change Benefits of Attending Benefits of Attending • Develop forward cost of ownership profiles for assetintensive organisations • Learn how to populate standardised and scale-able inventories • Assess your reinvestment needs over a multi-year period (i.e. “what needs to be done?”) • Prioritise reinvestment needs subject to budget constraints (i.e. “what can we afford?”) • Make well informed asset investment decisions by capturing and using the right asset data and information • Establish a business case for asset management to demonstrate value to the organisation Your Masterclass Leader David Pocock, International Practice Director for Asset Management, Halcrow-CH2MHILL, UK SUPPORT SPONSOR Employee-owned CH2M HILL is a global leader in fullservice consulting, design, design-build, operations and program management services for public and private clients. With US$6.6 billion in revenue and over 26,000 employees worldwide, we deliver innovative, practical, sustainable solutions-helping clients develop and manage infrastructure and facilities that improve efficiency, safety and quality of life. CH2M HILL has long been recognized as an industry-leading program management, construction management and design firm as ranked by Engineering News-Record (2013) and has been named a leader in sustainable engineering and environmental services providers by Verdantix. Our asset management team provides services to assist clients with both their assets and their systems, using our tools and techniques to support their asset management decision-making process, seeking delivery of optimum value through the understanding of whole-life asset risk and service to their customers. | 13:30 to 17:30 Key Topics Case studies and examples will be presented to demonstrate the real-life practicality of implementing these tools and the results yielded in each case. Tel: +971 4 335 2437 MASTERCLASS D Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | This workshop will be a mix of interactive activities and teaching enabling you to leave the workshop prepared to begin your asset management journey. If you are a senior manager considering embarking on an asset management improvement journey or a manager tasked with delivering an AM Improvement activity, this workshop will help you to balance the excitement of a new standard with what you need to do to generate real value and obtain and retain senior management buy-in. Your Masterclass Leaders Rhys Davies, Chairman ISO Project Committee PC251 Asset Management, UK Thom Kemp Independent Asset Management Professional Great leap for the Regional Asset Management Discipline in Dubai, DEWA with an intensive knowledge dose and a great layout, yet another brilliantly organized event by IIR The event really exceeded Mazoon my expectations. It was Electricity wonderful Email: register@iirme.com | Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement
  8. 8. SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Raise your profile in front of leading government and private asset owners in the Middle East! With massive expansions and investments into new projects and development plans across the Middle East region, asset owners are facing a number of pressing challenges, including: • Optimising infrastructure assets’ performance and life time value • Aligning their asset management framework with business and organizational objectives • Embedding strategic asset change management throughout the organisation • Capital optimisation - Asset investment planning to ensure desirable asset returns for investors Can your products, solutions, advice or IT services help address these issues and support the region’s asset owners through the regional infrastructure boom? If so, contact Arshed Hussain on +971 4 407 2715 or email him at sponsorship@iirme.com SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES INCLUDE: î Hosting a VIP Breakfast Briefing with Key Pioneers and Senior AM Leaders in a closed-door setting î Chairing and moderating opportunities for sessions within the Conference î Presenting market critical expertise to the plenary audience î î î î Launching industry books and reports Moderating or taking part in a panel discussion Moderating an sector-focused roundtable discussion PLUS MANY MORE! A SNAPSHOT OF PAST DELEGATES VP Projects, Abu Dhabi Ports Company, UAE Director - Institute Human Capital, DP World, UAE Head Of Power Network Planning Section, Al Ain Distribution Co, UAE Assets Strategies & Policies Manager, RTA, UAE Head Asset Management, Oman Electricity Transmission Company, Oman Vice President Generation, Electricity Holding Co. SAOC, Oman Head Of Asset Management, Dubai Municipality, UAE Deputy VP Maintenance, GASCO, UAE Director of Technical Regulation, Authority for Electricity Transmission, Oman Deputy Chief Executive, Bahrain Electricity & Water Authority, Bahrain Head Of Project & Design Management, Public Works Authority Ashghal, Qatar Asset Management Director, Abu Dhabi Transmission & Despatch Co. (TRANSCO), UAE Asset Manager, DUBAL, UAE REGISTRATION DETAILS GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Five Easy Ways To Register +971 4 335 2437 CALL: +971 4 335 2483 E-MAIL: a.watts@iirme.com +971 4 335 2438 Conference fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance by email. Informa Middle East Limited P.O Box 9428, Dubai, UAE www.iirme.com/assetmanagement register@iirme.com All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at www.iirme.com/terms. Please read them as they include important information. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full. PLEASE þ THE SESSION/S YOU WISH TO ATTEND: 19 May 2014 20 & 21 May 2014 Masterclass A (am) 22 May 2014 Masterclass C (am) Congress Masterclass B (pm) Masterclass D (pm) Book from 17 April 2014 onwards $ 4,099 $ 4,199 $ 4,399 $ 4,599 Congress & 3 Masterclasses $ 3,599 $ 3,699 $ 3,899 $ 4,099 Congress & 2 Masterclasses $ 3,099 $ 3,199 $ 3,399 $ 3,599 Congress & 1 Masterclass $ 2,499 $ 2,699 $ 2,899 $ 3,099 Congress Only $ 1,899 $ 2,099 $ 2,299 $ 2,499 $ 599 $ 699 $ 799 $ 899 CANCELLATION If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate will be welcome in your place. Registrations cancelled more than 7 days before the Event are subject to a $200 administration charge. Registration fees for registrations cancelled 7 days or less before the Event must be paid in full. Substitutions are welcome at any time. All registrations are subject to acceptance by IIR which will be confirmed to you in writing. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and IIR reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers or topics. Book by 20 February 2014 Congress Government and Enterprise Y BEST BU Entire Event (Congress & 4 Masterclasses) Masterclass Only Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | EVENT VENUE: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE Tel: +971 4 4367777 ACCOMMODATION DETAILS We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the IIR Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971 4 407 2693 Fax: +971 4 407 2517 Email: hospitality@iirme.com AZ3029 Email: register@iirme.com SS/HA | GV0303 Asset Management D Book by 17 April 2014 AVOID VISA DELAYS – BOOK NOW Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-GCC nationals may take several weeks to process. N Book by 13 March 2014 PAYMENTS A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only those delegates whose fees have been paid in full will be admitted to the event. Web:www.iirme.com/assetmanagement

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