A report on the impact of failure of infrastructure assets through corrosion as a result of current practices and skilling in the Australian mainland
urban water and Naval defence sectors.

In 2010 the ACA produced a report on the impact of failure of infrastructure assets through corrosion as a result of current practices and skilling in the Australian mainland urban water and Naval defence sectors. The objective of this project is to examine, identify and estimate corrosion failure costs attributable to industry practices,
industry skilling and regulatory frameworks, and estimate potential corrosion failure cost reductions by implementing avoidable/preventable strategies. The Naval defence and mainland Australia domestic water industries were chosen as test cases, based on the availability of industry professionals and access to data.