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Asset Management Policy Statement

Under the Sydney Opera House’s asset management framework, an asset’s significance is determined by its role in supporting the organisation’s mission, strategic priorities and core business activities. At all times, the framework is informed by, and supports, the unique heritage status and values of the Sydney Opera House.

The Sydney Opera House aims to be a leader in the implementation of integrated asset management for a unique and iconic building, and will:

  • Apply prevailing technologies and practices in the management and control of its assets;
  • Adopt evidence-based decision-making, founded on reliable asset data;
  • Collaborate with external partners and service providers to leverage innovation and practical know-how in planning; and
  • Demonstrate value for money in the delivery of maintenance programs.

Click here for the Asset Management Policy Statement

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