Decommissioning master class

Faced with the complex and costly task of having to decommission redundant plant? Daunted by all the issues you face? Why not join us at the 2014 Plant and Asset Management show at the NEC from 8th to 10th April for an insight from one of the industry’s top experts?

RVA managing director Richard Vann, who founded the company in 1992, will explore the challenges and opportunities of dealing with redundant assets, whilst assuring maximum cost efficiency and safety along with minimum disruption.

Richard will draw on his extensive global experience in decommissioning, decontaminating, dismantling and demolishing plant to lead a seminar on 8th April from 11.45 to 12.15. Alongside an overview of redundant asset management planning, he will highlight best value strategies, giving examples of projects ranging from a complete site exit to the removal of a single redundant asset from a large-scale, high-hazard, operational site.

He will examine the detailed mix of options available from selling as a going concern or securely mothballing the site to full demolition and will also analyse the issues which drive decisions such as protecting corporate reputation, complying with legislation, selling or relocating assets and ensuring that costs are held in check.

Richard’s seminar will give clear advice to firms as to how to make the right business decision and to judge when is the right time to act. Just as importantly, he will detail the potential pitfalls and problems faced by companies disposing of assets and how to effectively deal with them.

Bookings to attend Richard’s presentation can be made via the show’s website You can also visit us at stand 412 in Hall 3.