Manuals & Guidelines

The NAMS Groups manuals and guidelines are distributed worldwide. Except the new IIMM Manual

Infrastructure Mgt Manual (IIMM) ebook
International Infrastructure Management Manual ebook

International Infrastructure Management Manual 2015 Edition

The 5th Edition of the globally acclaimed, International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) has been driven largely by the introduction of the new ISO 55000 Asset Management Standards.



Optimised Decision Making Guidelines

This covers decision making and economic analysis of the maintenance, renewal and replacement of infrastructure assets, and�includes over 30 actual case studies

Infrastructure Asset Valuation & Depreciation Guidelines

A practical guide into the assessment of value, economic life and depreciation methods for infrastructure assets

Developing Levels of Service and Performance Management Guidelines

Practical guidance on how to develop service levels that best reflect customer needs/values

Property Asset Management Guide

The newly developed e-manual now available

Described as a definitive guide to capital asset management, The NAMS Property manual is now available as a subscription based e-guide that will be dynamically updated as new regulations, tools and best-practice processes come to light. That means every subscriber will have the latest version, the latest information and latest tools available to them at all times, all in an easy-to-access online format. This completely replaces the print version of the manual.

Insuring Public Infrastructure Assets Against Damage Caused by Natural Disaster Events.

A natural disaster will typically be:
            storm, tornado or cyclone
            an earthquake
            a landslide
            volcanic eruption or geothermal     activity
            a tsunami.
The guide does not include fire insurance other than fire occurring as a result of the listed perils. Fire insurance is a separate issue.


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