WithersRavenel consultant shares expertise on asset management
A longtime asset management professional from WithersRavenel will be one of the expert presenters at an upcoming virtual course designed for both industry and public employees.
Rod Lovely, PE, will offer insights at an asset management session presented by Rutgers University Center for Advanced infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT). The 2-day virtual event will be March 23-24, and professional development hours are available.
Fundamentals of Asset Management: Asset Investment Planningwill focus on the use of current asset investment planning technologies and methods and will demonstrate how users can perform life cycle planning and trade off analysis that result in objectively derived asset and portfolio interventions that are based on quantifiable data and human applied influences.For more information on the session, click here.
Rod has more than 35 years of experience in the field of infrastructure asset management and supporting technologies. He has led the procurement, development, implementation, and management of asset management solutions for organizations across various asset classes. In this capacity he has demonstrated comprehensive capabilities for integrating technology, people, and business processes toward a common goal.
Would you like to put WithersRavenel’s asset management team to work for you? You can reach Rod Lovely at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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