Every 4 years since 2001 the ASCE has issued an Infrastructure Report Card on the state U.S. infrastructure assets. It’s first Report was issued in 1998. This year, experts graded 17 infrastructure asset categories individually and generated an overall U.S. Infrastructure grade. The overall grade improved to a “C-”. Learn why some categories improved, while others did not. And learn why the ASCE sees how improved asset management can contribute to the U.S. continuing to raise the grade.
- Anna Denecke, Director, Infrastructure Initiatives, American Society of Civil Engineers
- Caroline Sevier, Director, Government Relations, ASCE
- David Totman, American Society of Civil Engineers representative as a Voting Member of the US Technical Advisory Group to ISO Technical Committee 251 responsible for the ISO 55000 standard on Asset Management and Vice President, Asset Manager with Innovyze
This production is sponsored by the Andrew James Advisory Group.
AJAG provides training in the ISO 55000 standard.