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Resilience Intelligence and Mission-Critical Assets

Have natural hazards created a ‘new normal’ for asset management?

Australians are well aware of the hazards we face due to climate change. From bushfires and droughts to floods to cyclones, along with the longer-term impacts of a changing climate, asset owners need to be prepared to respond to these events and prevent or reduce the impact on their assets. 

Road subject to flooding sign over flooded road

The unexpected nature of these events and an increase in disruptions in recent years raises new questions on how facilities and infrastructure assets should be managed.

Cardno Global Senior Principal, Mick Bilney and APAC Asset Strategies Team Leader, Stephen Walker shared their experiences working on infrastructure risk and resilience improvement projects in Australia and the United States including Defence, utilities, and other civilian agencies in an Engineers Australia webinar.

Discover how integrating resilience in asset management strategies is helping facilities and infrastructure owners respond to an increasing number of unexpected events including case studies from Australia and the United States.