TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 69: Asset and Infrastructure Management for Airports—Primer and Guidebook addresses asset and infrastructure management applicable to all areas of the operation of an airport.
The primer portion of the report includes an overview of an asset and infrastructure management program and explores the benefits and costs of implementation.
The guidebook portion of the report provides examples from various airports and is designed to be a reference for integrating proven asset and infrastructure management practices and techniques at airports of all sizes. The report defines an asset and infrastructure management program and its components and how a program relates to daily operations and longer-term planning.
In addition, the project that developed ACRP Report 69 also produced a PowerPoint presentation, which can be used to present the benefits of a program to stakeholders. The PowerPoint presentation is available for download from TRB’s website.
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Table of Contents
|Part 1 - Asset and Infrastructure Management for Airports Primer||1-24|
|Part 2 - Asset and Infrastructure Management for Airports Guidebook||25-125|
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