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Centre for Operations and Maintenance of Infrastructure (»Add to Infobox)


School of Architecture and the Built Environment
KTH - Royal Institute of Technology

Stockholm



PROJECTS (9/9) 

Adaptation of road drainage structures to climate change

Analyses of the Stockholm congestion charging trial

Assessment of long term effects of economic policy instruments on the transport system

Composite bridges with prefabricated decks -ELEM

Cost overruns in large infrastructural projects

Maintenance policies in the public and private sectors

Methods to increase quality in infrastructural construction

Situations of Opportunity in the Growth and Change of three Stockholm City Districts – everyday life, built environment and transport explored as Energy Usage Systems and Governance Networks

Vulnerability analyses of road networks

ARCHIVED PROJECTS (16/16) 

Characterizing conditions of road equipment

Development of activity-based models for Stockholm

Effectiveness of road maintenance measures

Environmental management of road maintenance

Evaluation of stripping propensity in bituminous pavements

Housing construction, supplier structure and competition

Impacts of poor road surface standard. Lowest acceptable standard

Modelling and analysis of a sustainable transport and land use system

Monitoring of the new Svinesund bridge

Partnering in operating and maintenance contracts

Properties of granular base and subbase materials

Road capital: An asset management system for road maintenance

SILVESTER - Simulation of choice between starting times and routes

Sustainable bridges: Assessment for future traffic demands and longer lives

Vulnerability in the Swedish road transportation system

Vulnerability of complex infrastructure; power distribution and supporting digital communications

PEOPLE (6/6) 

Håkan Westerlund (Director / Centre for Operations and Maintenance of Infrastructure)
Professor Lars-Göran Mattsson (Research Leader / Transport and Location Analysis)
Professor Hans Lind (Research Leader / Building and Real Estate Economics)
Professor emeritus Ulf Isacsson (Research Leader / Highway and Railway Engineering)
Professor Lennart Folkeson (Research Leader / Environmental Management and Assessment)
Professor Håkan Sundquist (Research Leader / Structural Design and Bridges)


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