Learn Best Practices for Infrastructure Asset Management During Five-Day Course

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Trey Shanks

Environmental Scientist

Freese and Nichols is again hosting asset management training designed to help professionals and decision-makers learn best practices for getting the most from their infrastructure assets.

The training, conducted through the Institute for Asset Management, can be structured as a one-day overview or a five-day asset management certification course and can be held virtually or in person.

Contact Us About Training!

We’ve completed our first 2022 course and are planning others for later this year. In addition, we can schedule courses regionally for multiple entities to attend at a convenient location or virtually. We also can set up a training for your entire team.

For questions or to schedule a training session, email trey.shanks@freese.com or call 214-217-2221.

Why is this course beneficial?

At the end of the course, attendees will be certified in internationally recognized asset management principles that can be applied across a variety of asset infrastructure types. The course provides concepts and approaches to develop, implement, and maintain an asset management program for more effective life cycle management of infrastructure. Organizations with responsibility for a variety of types of infrastructure will benefit from this course.

This includes:

Linear systems

  • Water distribution systems
  • Sewer collection systems
  • Roadways
  • Storm sewer systems
  • Oil and gas pipelines


  • Water treatment plants
  • Wastewater treatment plants
  • Pump stations
  • Airports
  • Buildings
  • Dams and levees

Who should attend this course?

This class is ideal for anyone with responsibility or oversight for the management of infrastructure, including asset managers, department directors and organization management. This course is best suited for professionals with roles such as asset management, engineering, finance, capital projects, strategic planning, risk management, operations, maintenance and process improvements.

What is the Institute of Asset Management?

This certification course is conducted by the Asset Management Academy, a partner of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM). The IAM is the internationally recognized professional organization for asset management professionals and standards and focuses on enhancing asset management knowledge and sharing best practices in the industry.


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Trey Shanks, CFM, IAM, leads Freese and Nichols’ Asset Management services. He is a Principal in our Fort Worth office. trey.shanks@freese.com