Call 2010 “Effective Asset Management meeting Future Challenges” – the third cross-border funded joint research programme – funded 7 projects with a total budget of EUR 2,85 Mio.
Project information is available through the links below.
ASCAM aimed to relate asset condition prediction to measures and network value and create a framework to connect existing asset management practices into a holistic, integrated cross asset, pro-active approach.
The main objective of the EVITA project was the development and integration of new and existing key performance indicators in the asset management process taking into consideration the expectations of the different stakeholders.
The aim of EXPECT was to develop methodologies to help National Road Administrations determine the requirements of different categories of stakeholders and develop effective strategies that address stakeholder expectations.
HEROAD investigated the holistic process (the combination of individual components, levels of assessment and the inclusion of a life cycle perspective) to incorporate new challenges in the field of asset management.
The main objective of the project was the development of optimised procedures for cross asset management of the total road infrastructure (including all sub-assets like pavements, structures, road furniture etc.).
SABARIS addressed the challenge of road agencies to select an intervention strategy for road network that is optimal taking into consideration the varying and conflicting values of road benefits for the stakeholders of this network.
SBAKPI proposed a voluntary Benchmarking Framework to cover the development of Key Performance indicators (KPIs). This would allow NRAs to manage their Environmental and Social Performance better and gain an insight into the performance of other NRAs with the aim of driving up environmental and social performance in Europe.