Introducing the New International Series of Standards for
Asset Management in Real Estate and Infrastructure
With the endorsement of the Institute of Asset Management ( IAM) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute introduces executives and managers of corporations, government agencies and quasi government organizations to an informative overview of asset management in both real estate and infrastructure.
The new ISO 55000 represents a significant change to our understanding of asset management. It broadens the activities associated with asset management and moves them in several new directions: from tactical to strategic; from isolated life phases to a full lifecycle view; from individual assets to complex asset systems; and from a focus on performance to a focus on value.
A TWO-PART PROGRAM
Attend an interactive, two-part program that will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the new ISO 55000 standard and understand first-hand how major organizations are applying it.
Part 1: The first part of the program includes a conference format from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the William and Anita Newman Conference Center at Baruch College.
Part 2: The second portion of the program includes participation in one of four Special Industry Breakout Sessions designed to allow registered attendees to discuss the new standard and how it may be applied to their organizations. This part of the program allows professional colleagues in their respective market sectors to examine the new standard and identify the strengths of the new system for their market. Summary results of the Special Industry Breakout Sessions will be reported in a final briefing paper to be distributed to the attendees.
The Special Industry Breakout Sessions include:
- Government – Federal Buildings (GSA)
- Infrastructure (Transportation)
- Institutions: (Education)
- Commercial Real Estate
Registration is very limited for both parts of the event.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Asset managers at all levels – and especially those who manage real estate and infrastructure assets in their businesses and organizations – must understand these changes and take advantage of the opportunities they offer.
ISO 55000 may be especially relevant to real estate management companies. To be effective, real estate asset management must be comprehensive, systematic and integrated across multiple dimensions including length – the lifetime of the assets managed, breadth – the span of the assets managed and depth – the level of detail and granularity of asset management.