Public Infrastructure Asset Management, Second Edition / Edition 2

Public Infrastructure Asset Management, Second Edition / Edition 2

by Waheed Uddin, W. Hudson, Ralph Haas
     
 

The Latest Tools and Techniques for Managing Infrastructure Assets

Fully updated throughout, this practical resource provides a proven, cost-effective infrastructure asset management framework that integrates planning, design, construction, maintenance, rehabilitation, and renovation. Public Infrastructure Asset Management,
Second Edition, describes the

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The Latest Tools and Techniques for Managing Infrastructure Assets

Fully updated throughout, this practical resource provides a proven, cost-effective infrastructure asset management framework that integrates planning, design, construction, maintenance, rehabilitation, and renovation. Public Infrastructure Asset Management,
Second Edition, describes the most current methodologies for effectively managing roads, bridges, airports, utility services, water and waste facilities, parks, public buildings, and sports complexes.

This comprehensive guide covers information management and decision support systems, including proprietary solutions and new technological developments such as cloud storage. The book discusses total quality management, economics, life-cycle analysis, and maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction programming. Up-to-date examples and real-world case studies illustrate the practical applications of the concepts presented in this thoroughly revised reference.

This new edition features:

  • Planning, needs assessment, and performance indicators
  • Database management, data needs, and analysis
  • Inventory, historical, and environmental data
  • In-service monitoring and evaluation data
  • Performance modeling and failure analysis
  • Design for infrastructure service life
  • Construction
  • Maintenance, rehabilitation, and reconstruction strategies, policies, and treatment alternatives
  • Dealing with new or alternate concepts
  • Prioritization, optimization, and work programs
  • Integrated infrastructure asset management systems
  • Visual IMS: an illustrative infrastructure management system and applications
  • Available asset management system and commercial off-the-shelf providers
  • Benefits of implementing an asset management system
  • Sustainability, environmental stewardship, and asset management
  • Future directions for infrastructure asset management

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071820110
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
08/02/2013
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
544
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword xv

Preface to the Second Edition xvii

Preface to the First Edition xxi

Part 1 The Challenge of Managing Infrastructure

1 The Big Picture 3

1.1 Infrastructure and Society 3

1.2 Infrastructure Definition 8

1.3 Historical Overview of Infrastructure Development 10

1.4 Infrastructure Assets 14

1.5 Life-Cycle Analysis in Planning and Design 20

1.6 Magnitude of Infrastructure "Crisis" 22

1.7 Maintenance, Preservation, and Innovation Challenges 25

1.8 Infrastructure Asset Management-An Integrated Approach 29

1.9 References 32

2 Framework for Infrastructure Asset Management 35

2.1 Background 35

2.2 Key Issues for Infrastructure Asset Management 38

2.3 Application of Systems Methodology 41

2.4 Development of an Infrastructure Asset Management System 45

2.5 Life-Cycle Analysis Concept 50

2.6 References 56

3 Planning, Needs Assessment, and Performance Indicators 59

3.1 Infrastructure Planning 59

3.2 Examples of Planning Studies 66

3.3 Life-Cycle Management 69

3.4 Infrastructure Service Life 70

3.5 Infrastructure Needs Assessment 74

3.6 Infrastructure Performance 75

3.7 References 80

Part 2 Information Management and Decision Support Systems

4 Database Management, Data Needs, Analysis 85

4.1 Overview of Information Management 85

4.2 Database Development and Management 90

4.3 Data Needs 98

4.4 Analysis and Modeling Techniques 101

4.5 Database Security 105

4.6 Data-Quality Control and Quality-Assurance Issues 106

4.7 References 107

5 Inventory, Historical, and Environmental Data 109

5.1 Infrastructure Asset Management Data Needs 109

5.2 Network Partitioning and Inventory Data 113

5.3 Technologies for Inventory and Historic Data Collection 125

5.4 Inventory Data Collection and Processing 130

5.5 Institutional Issues 131

5.6 Examples of Inventory-Data Systems for Transportation Assets 131

5.7 Example of Transportation-Safety Assets 135

5.8 Example of Inventory Data for Buildings 135

5.9 References 136

6 In-Service Monitoring and Evaluation Data 141

6.1 In-Service Evaluation Data Needs 141

6.2 In-Service Evaluation of Physical Assets 148

6.3 Technologies for In-Service Monitoring and Evaluation 151

6.4 Inspection, Photographic, and Optical Evaluation 156

6.5 Nondestructive and Noncontact Structural Evaluation 157

6.6 Combined Evaluation Data 166

6.7 Institutional Issues 169

6.8 References 169

7 Uses of Monitoring Data and Examples of In-Service Evaluation 175

7.1 In-Service Evaluation of Road and Airport Pavements 175

7.2 In-Service Evaluation of Railroad Tracks 182

7.3 In-Service Evaluation of Underground Utilities 184

7.4 Evaluation of Bridges 184

7.5 Evaluation of Water Pipelines 191

7.6 Evaluation of Gas Pipelines 193

7.7 Evaluation of Buildings 194

7.8 Landuse Evaluation for Heat-Island Effects and Flood Risk Assessment 199

7.9 References 200

8 Performance Modeling and Failure Analysis 203

8.1 Performance Evaluation 203

8.2 Performance Modeling 209

8.3 Failure Analysis 215

8.4 Summary 220

8.5 References 220

Part 3 Concepts of Total Quality Management

9 Design for Infrastructure Service Life 225

9.1 Introduction 225

9.2 Design Objectives and Constraints 228

9.3 Design Framework and Components 232

9.4 Design Effectiveness 236

9.5 Value-Engineering Applications in Design 242

9.6 Summary 245

9.7 References 245

10 Construction 247

10.1 Introduction 247

10.2 Construction as Related to Other Phases of Management 249

10.3 Constructability 252

10.4 Construction Quality Control and Quality Assurance 260

10.5 New Technologies in Construction Management 269

10.6 Summary 269

10.7 References 270

11 Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Reconstruction Strategies, Including Operations 273

11.1 Introduction 273

11.2 Definitions 275

11.3 Maintainability 280

11.4 Trade-Offs among Design Objectives in Relation to Maintenance 282

11.5 Rehabilitation 283

11.6 Reliability-Centered Maintenance 285

11.7 Maintenance Management 288

11.8 Operations as a Part of Infrastructure Management 290

11.9 References 298

12 Dealing with New or Alternate Concepts 301

12.1 Introduction 301

12.2 Examples of New Material Usage 304

12.3 Handling Diminishing Resources 311

12.4 Considering New Methods and Materials for Infrastructure Use 315

12.5 Dealing with Shrinking Natural-Aggregate Sources 315

12.6 Energy-Related Issues 320

12.7 Summary 321

12.8 References 322

Part 4 Economics, Life-Cycle Analysis, and M,R&R Programming

13 Maintenance, Rehabilitation, and Reconstruction Policies and Treatment Alternatives 327

13.1 Introduction 327

13.2 Maintenance Management Systems 328

13.3 Private Contracts for Maintenance 329

13.4 Identifying M,R&R Alternative Treatment Policies 330

13.5 Example M,R&R Treatment Alternatives for Roads 332

13.6 Example M,R&R Alternatives for Water Mains 333

13.7 Example M,R&R Alternatives for Sewer Mains 334

13.8 Example M,R&R Alternatives for Buildings 335

13.9 Evaluating the Effectiveness of M,R&R Alternatives 336

13.10 Collection and Reporting of M,R&R Data 337

13.11 Recognizing Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability 338

13.12 Summary 338

13.13 References 338

14 Life-Cycle Cost and Benefit Analysis 341

14.1 Introduction 341

14.2 Basic Principles 341

14.3 Cost and Benefit Factors 342

14.4 Analysis or Life-Cycle Period 345

14.5 Discount Rate, Interest Rate, and Inflation 345

14.6 Salvage or Residual Value 346

14.7 Methods of Economic Analysis 347

14.8 Selecting an Appropriate Economic Analysis Method 354

14.9 Effect of Discount Rate 354

14.10 Application to Transportation and Built Infrastructure 355

14.11 Application to Water and Sewer Mains 357

14.12 Application to Buildings and Land-Use Changes 360

14.13 Summary 363

14.14 References 364

15 Prioritization, Optimization, and Work Programs 367

15.1 Introduction 367

15.2 Framework for Prioritization: From Simple Ranking to Multifactor Optimization 368

15.3 Priority Analysis Methods 370

15.4 Budgeting and Financial Planning Issues 375

15.5 Budget Allocation Issues 376

15.6 Financing Models 377

15.7 Work Programs 378

15.8 Institutional Issues 378

15.9 References 379

Part 5 IAMS Development and Implementation, Examples

16 Concept of Integrated Infrastructure Asset Management Systems 383

16.1 Background 383

16.2 Framework of Integrated Systems 384

16.3 Common Aspects of Management Systems 385

16.4 Common Aspects of PMS and BMS 388

16.5 State-Level Management Systems 388

16.6 Municipal Infrastructure Asset Management Systems 390

16.7 Unitized Facilities Management Systems 394

16.8 Implementation and Institutional Issues 396

16.9 Outline of a Comprehensive IIAMS 398

16.10 Smaller Agency Case Studies 400

16.11 Summary 408

16.12 References 408

17 Visual IMS: An Illustrative Infrastructure Management System and Applications 411

17.1 Introduction 411

17.2 General Description of Visual IMS 412

17.3 Analytical Operation of Visual IMS 412

17.4 Visualizing/Mapping Operation of Visual IMS 420

17.5 Hardware, Operating System, and Memory 422

17.6 User Training 424

17.7 Application of Working Infrastructure Management Systems 424

17.8 References 428

18 Available Asset Management System and Commercial Off-the-Shelf Providers 429

18.1 Introduction 429

18.2 Review of COTS Asset Management Software 430

18.3 References 448

19 Benefits of Implementing an AMS 451

19.1 Introduction 451

19.2 Sources of Concern on Asset Management 452

19.3 Costs Related to AMS 454

19.4 Benefits Associated with AMS 455

19.5 Evaluation Methodologies 459

19.6 Summary 466

19.7 References 466

20 Sustainability, Environmental Stewardship, and Asset Management 469

20.1 Introduction 469

20.2 Sustainability Related to Climate Change Adaptations 471

20.3 Environmental Stewardship 472

20.4 Incorporating Sustainability and Environmental Concerns into Asset Management 473

20.5 Summary 479

20.6 References 480

21 Future Directions for Infrastructure Asset Management 481

21.1 Introduction 481

21.2 Advances in Technology to Assist the AMS Process 481

21.3 Improvements in AMS Resulting from Its Continued Use 483

21.4 Advances Made Possible by the Broader Use of AMS 484

21.5 Better Education, Implementation, and Adaptation of AMS 486

21.6 Improvement in Technologies 486

21.7 Summary 487

Acronyms 489

Index 497

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