Ross Waugh shares about the expansion of the Metropolis with the new “Area C,” which used to be the place for the city’s excluded group.
He presented the situation of “Area C,” when and why it was formed, the quality of the infrastructure given the discriminating societal status during early times.
He mentions that policies change for the better through the years and “Area C” has become an integral part of the Metropolis. However, the infrastructure doesn’t care if the Metropolis authorities have change policies because they are inanimate objects, Ross says.
He narrates the possible challenges that an asset manager would be facing at Area C, implementing the same asset management principles and processes.
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