Expanding knowledge and membership for a profession on the cusp of the mainstream
Technical yet accessible, Assets magazine helps the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) swell both its membership and its knowledge base.
Infrastructure asset management is a relatively new profession. The IAM brings its practitioners together to move the profession forward and get it recognised globally.
Of all the benefits of becoming a paid-up Member of the IAM, Assets magazine is the most tangible.
Written by IAM members for IAM members, edited and designed by Redhouse Lane, Assets is a place for asset management professionals to share experiences with their peers.
The magazine has featured case studies from national utility companies, manufacturers, city councils and even the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Assets articles need to strike a fine balance: detailed enough to satisfy the founding members, but still accessible to the next generation. Our editors and designers work closely with the IAM to strike the right tone without oversimplifying.