Highway Asset Management is a means to deliver a more efficient and effective approach to managing highway infrastructure assets, such as:
Highway infrastructure is vital in modern society and requires significant investment for development and maintenance.
In recent years the investment in highway infrastructure and its performance has been increasingly under the spotlight. The current financial challenges and increased public demands and expectations have meant that the way local highway authorities manage their highway infrastructure has to be re-considered, however many local authorities do not have the available resources and in-house expertise to deliver the growing highway asset management demands.
Our Highway Asset Management delivery team can work with you to ensure your highway assets are being managed in the most effective and efficient way and are fulfilling legal obligations, delivering stakeholder needs and safeguarding the engineering integrity of your highway network. We can also be your delivery mechanism to help your local authority unlock some of the £578 million funding set aside by the Secretary of State, which can be invested to further improve your highway network.
We offer a pick and mix variety of highway asset management services that can support the needs of your local authority. These services include:
Download our asset management brochure and our case study Delivering highway asset management for North Tyneside Council
The continued use of alternative preventative surfacing treatments such as surface dressing rather than full reconstructive has enabled a greater percentage of maintenance activities on the road network, hence an improved RCI and a 90% repudiation rate for third party claims.North Tyneside Council
With over 5 million square miles of road and 3.5 million square miles of footpaths, the London Borough of Barnet is the second largest of the London Boroughs.London Borough of Barnet
The One Public Estate programme is a pioneering initiative delivered in partnership by the LGA and the Cabinet Office Government Property Unit (GPU). £3.6 million has been allocated to councils across new and existing partnerships on the programme.Blackburn with Darwen Council