Asset Condition Assessment

An Asset Condition Assessment is the process of continuous or periodic inspection, assessment, measurement and interpretation of the resultant data to indicate the condition of a specific asset so as to determine the need for some preventative or remedial action. It is a crucial part of asset management to determine remaining useful life and an assets capability to meet performance requirements.


The IPWEA offers a number of asset condition assessment related from time to time. In 2016 for example they held a series of Stormwater Drainage Condition Assessment & Asset Performance Workshops.

Collaborators & Contributors

The following people have contributed to this page and/or have indicated (via the Local Government Collaboration Topics Survey) that they have an interest and/or expertise in the topic of 'asset condition assessment' and are willing to collaborate with their peers at other councils and organisations to identify challenges and resources relating to the topic and to look for ways to work together to overcome any challenges that are identified.

Related Pages

External Links & References

  1. City of Adelaide Building Infrastructure & Asset Management Plan
  2. Google Search (Asset Condition Assessment)]
  3. Google Search (Condition Assessment)
  4. IPWEA Practice Note 5 for Stormwater Condition Assessment
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