These workshops will present the newly developed material to water managers, asset managers, consultants and any others wishing to better inform decisions around the management of underground piped infrastructure.
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Hamilton 19 February 2020
Palmerston North 26 February 2020
Wellington 27 February 2020
Christchurch 4 March 2020
Queenstown 5 March 2020
Members - $75 +GST
Non-members - $95 +GST
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The manual provides a consistent and reliable basis for undertaking inspections and condition assessments of gravity pipelines for asset management and renewal planning. The latest edition has been completely revised to improve the ability of the industry to scope required works, undertake inspections of a consistent high-quality standard and interpret outcomes in relation to best asset management practices. For the first-time a process for the inspection of manholes, laterals and acceptance of new and lined pipes is also included.
The Quake Centre's Building Innovation Partnership has developed a proof-of concept for a National Pipe Data Portal, an exciting step to realising a federated data set of pipelines for all of New Zealand. The proof of concept brings stormwater pipelines into a single location for three local authorities; Christchurch City Council, Tauranga District Council and Auckland Council. Participants will gain an appreciation of data quality assessment and location standards required to join the portal and unleash the power of a national dataset.
Collecting, maintaining and using data on assets which deliver 3 water services is vital to ensuring that Levels of Service are delivered. The New Zealand Asset Metadata Standards (NZAMS) were developed to standardise data collection and recording, however have not been widely implemented. The code has developed the NZAMS into a user-friendly document for the collection of stormwater conveyance as-constructed data, that is also broadly applicable for water and wastewater assets.
The Renewals Framework sets out processes to help asset managers undertake renewals planning of gravity wastewater pipelines and to communicate renewal decision makers. The output from this process is a works programme with forecasts of budgets, level of service predictions, risk and resilience profiles and monitoring and condition assessment programmes. The overarching objective is to imporve pipeline renewals planning in New Zealand through evidence-based decision-making.
The guideline has been prepared to support local authorities and the private sector assess and develop strategies to improve network resilience, inform pre-event planning and post-event emergency support and recovery. The guideline aims to standardise the assessment of technical resilience across New Zealand and encourage collaboration, whole maintaining the ability for users to tailor the assessment approach to fit the specific needs of their community.
The demands on New Zealand wastewater networks systems are increasingly coming under pressure, in some situations the traditional gravity sewer network is no longer the best solution. It is recognised that alternative technologies, such as pressure sewers can offer benefits over traditional gravity sewers in particular circumstances. However, as a relatively new technology, information for designers and infrastructure owners has been limited. This document aims to assist infrastructure owners to understand the key issues to ensure that where pressure sewer is adopted, it is designed and implemented correctly.