Winners of the IAM Awards 2013

Two nominated individuals were presented with an IAM Award during the Annual Dinner, on 27th November 2013, held at the Museum of London. Thank you and congratulations to the Winners and Runners up for their hard work and contribution to asset management.

Also on the night, IAM President, Stephen Morris selected three recipients for the President's Award.

The Asset Management Achievement Award

CANDIDATE

achievement

WINNER

"Implementing PAS 55 in 26 power generation plants" 

This project involved implementation of a corporate management system based on PAS 55 across ICE’s plants. The approach taken ensured that frontline teams shaped the content and that cultural changes, such as knowledge sharing and a risk/reliability culture were embedded. The project has achieved significant benefits, totalling tens of millions of US dollars and has improved asset availability, reliability and reduced risks.

Jose Conejo
Instututo Costarricence de Electricidad

Sponsored by: Jose Duran (TWPL)

SHORTLISTED

"Tongan Transport Sector Consolidation Project"

This project addressed asset deterioration and safety/regulatory issues through a holistic review of Tongan transport spanning roads, aviation, maritime, buildings and utilities. Significant changes were made such as organisational restructure, legal reform, the introduction of asset management strategies. This has delivered budgetary savings of 25-33% over 3 years with projected safety improvements still to come.

Ringo Fa’oliu
Tongan Ministry of Infrastructure

Sponsored by: Dr Ian Greenwood

SHORTLISTED

"The Town of Banff’s (Canada) Asset Management Program"

The Town of Banff sought to improve its asset knowledge and planning capability in order to sustainably deliver this National Park resort’s desired levels of service. The cross-department asset management programme delivered asset data improvements and the new prioritisation model facilitated production of a long-term investment plan. The benefits included a reduction in expenditure of 5% over 10 years.

Pierre-Hugues Gagnon
Town of Banff

Sponsored by: Matt Dawe (Public Sector Digest)


NxtGen Award 

Recognising an individual (member of NxtGen) who demonstrates great potential in the field of asset management.

Candidate

Achievement

WINNER

 

Laurie-Ann has delivered a number of maintenance and reliability initiatives for PEME’s client, tailoring the solutions to produce significant near term benefits. Tenacity and effective communication skills have enabled her to influence asset management teams outside of her immediate area of work to improve asset information management and collaboration.

Laurie-ann Smith
PEME

SHORTLISTED

Ross developed Network Rail’s Structures business case and supporting models, providing a better understanding of existing assets and future investment requirements. This resulted in Network Rail requesting an extra £1bn funding in the current regulatory review period. Ross has demonstrated a passion for asset management and the ability to inspire those around him.

Ross Scott
Sinclair Knight Merz

Nominated by: Richard Frost (Network Rail)

SHORTLISTED

Augusto was responsible for the development of Heathrow’s asset information dashboard to enable informed strategic decision-making at all levels of the business. His proactive and conscientious approach teamed with collaboration and effective working relationship with the senior team has ensured the solution meets the needs of the business.

Augusto Siguero
Ferrovial/Amey

Nominated by: Sean Horkan (Heathrow)