Improving efficiency and sustainability of tertiary education facilities
Conference Date
24th & 25th August 2016
Location
CQ Functions, Melbourne
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Overview

Effective asset management has the potential to be the key costsaving measure for tertiary education providers.

Universities must find ways to become more financially sustainable through asset management whilst delivering excellent facilities. The importance of adopting best-practice techniques has never been more vital.

To become proactive and avoid asset backlogs, asset and facilities management teams must consistently review and improve strategic asset management planning in order to optimise asset service delivery.

Attend to learn:

  • Develop an effective Asset Management Plan
  • Integrate complex systems & technologies
  • Measure & analyse the performance of assets
  • Optimise the service delivery of underutilised assets
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Key Speakers

Steve Somogyi
Chief Operating Officer and Vice President (Resources)
RMIT UNIVERSITY
Gary Higgins
General Manager, Assets and Maintenance
MURDOCH UNIVERSITY
Michelle Van De Mortel
Director, Customer Service (Asset and Facilities Management)
TAFE NSW – HUNTER INSTITUTE
Simon Leavers
Manager Asset Strategy
JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY

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