Call 2014 Asset Management and Maintenance aimed to provide road authorities with better knowledge and guidance of how to manage and maintain all assets of a road network.
The end of programme event for Call 2014 Asset Management took place on October 12-13 2017 in Vienna, Austria.
The programme consisted of five projects.
A: Practical Road Equipment Measurement Understanding and Management (PREMIUM)
Premium was coordinated by TRL, UK, and focused on road equipment asset management.
- Identifying the key characteristics for road marking and stud condition measurements (D1a-D2a)
- Identifying the key characteristics for vehicle restraint system condition measurements (D1a and D2a)
- Identifying the key characteristics for road sign condition measurements (D1b and D2b)
- Identifying the key characteristics for environmental noise barrier condition measurements (D1d and D2d)
- Summary of Deliverables 1 and 2 of the PREMiUM project and the Work Required to Achieve the Recommendations
B: Application to Roads of ISO55000 using Exemplars (ARISE)
ARISE is coordinated by Parsons Brinckerhoff Ltd, UK, and focuses on why and how to implement and ISO 55001 asset management system.
- Implementation Guide for an ISO 55001 Asset Management System (published as CEDR Contractor Report 2017-01)
C: Integration of social aspects and benefits into life-cycle asset management (ISABELA)
ISABELA was coordinated by PMS-Consult, Austria, and addressed the social benefits and costs as related to road asset management.
Project results and further information:
- Isabela project description
- Investigation Report (D1.1)
- Definition of S-KPIs to be used in road asset management (D2.1)
D: Development of the Ravelling Test (DraT)
DraT was coordinated by TRL, UK, and investigated the use of standard ravelling tests to predict pavement durability
- DRaT Project Description
- DRaT Project Flyer
- Review of parameters influencing the propensity of asphalt to ravel (D2)
- Compendium of sites and the extent of ravelling (D3)
- Data Reporting Template (D4)
- Sample Preparation (D5)
- Interim Report (D6)
- Factual Report on Test Results (D7)
- Report on Analysis of Results (D8)
- Proposals for revision of standard prCEN/TS 12697-50
E: Best Practice Guidelines for Procurement of Road Maintenance (BEST4ROAD)
BEST4ROAD was coordinated by University of Twente, Netherlands, and provided recommendations for maintenance procurement by investigating current practices.