Infrastructure Sustainability

ISCA (Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional - ISAP)

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In an age of climate change, pollution and limited resources, the sustainability of this infrastructure is now more imperative than ever before. Sustainability is the ability to maintain rates of renewable resource harvest, pollution creation, and non-renewable resource depletion that can be continued indefinitely. In 2016 Australia spent over $401 Billion on built infrastructure, which is a 33% increase from 2006. Similarly in New Zealand, there was $39 Billion spent in 2015, compared to $28 Billion spent in 2005. As technology advances and populations continue to grow, there becomes an increasing demand for the construction and maintenance of infrastructure. ‘Infrastructure Sustainability’ can be defined as; infrastructure that is designed, constructed and operated to optimise environmental, social and economic outcomes of the long term

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