Planning Capex investment in airfield pavements
Pavements are the single most critical asset at an airport but are extremely hard to manage. They are difficult to predict - it is hard to know how pavement will behave in the future. It is difficult to plan the right investment: it is hard to know what interventions are needed, when & where. It is difficult to prioritise interventions: it is hard to balance engineering needs with commercial pressures (maximising ROI). As a result, it can be challenging for airports to plan future investments and build robust and convincing business cases.
The webinar will demonstrate a new a customizable platform that enables optimal, data led decisions to be made about investment in pavements and supports communication between engineering and finance teams.
During the webinar, the demonstration will cover how to unlock the power of your data and model your airfield to support intelligent capex planning. The webinar will feature a live demonstration of how to set up an interactive visual dashboard, set input parameters to assess investment needs against annual budgets. In the webinar, you will learn how to estimate future airfield performance and evaluate different treatment strategies to help shape your CapEx plans.
Join our 30 minute webinar and learn how to make intelligent decisions about capital investments in your airfield pavements.
Senior Associate Director in Strategic Consulting
Gary has vast experience in asset management in both the aviation and highways industry. Gary has provided landside and airside asset management services to major airports such as London Heathrow and London Gatwick.
Gary has pioneered the use of GIS-based information delivery mechanisms, to help clients to make cap-ex and op-ex decisions on forward programmes and to provide them with a detailed picture of the condition of their assets. Gary’s background includes specialism in pavement management.
Dr Cinzia Maggiore,
Associate Director in Strategic Consulting
Cinzia has over 10 years of experience in strategic consulting, asset management and innovation across sectors.
During her career, she has worked in large complex asset management programmes including Royal Air Force Airfield Operational Surfaces and other engineering programmes including the expansion of Hamad International Airport (Qatar) and the Heathrow Expansion Programme (UK).
Cinzia is a Innovator and Agile Scrum. She brings together innovative ideas and disruptive thinking to create and deliver more sustainable and resilient solutions. She has strong experience in assiting clients in the optimization of airfield performance and development of asset management and investment plans.
Cinzia holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nottingham funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme, under the Marie Curie Actions. She has managed and led research projects on fatigue phenomenon on asphalt pavements.