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Also referred to as "horizontal assets".One of three primary classes of assets, forming the L-V-P triad of built assets.
An asset class, within a asset classification scheme.Linear assets have the sole purpose of moving people, water, air, and power from one place to another.
There are two broad levels of linear assets.
1. Multi site Level
Infrastructure asset management
2. Single Site Level
Assets that traverse horizontal space, usually in narrow corridors and often form part of a network of corridors.
Group 1: Passage of People
Linear assets have the following general attributes:
Fig. Examples of three types of linear (horizontal) assets.
Fig. Comparison of the LVP asset ratios at different organizations.
Fig. Linear assets (infrastructure) connecting a campus of vertical assets (facilities).
Fig. The triad of L-V-P asset: Linear (L), Vertical (V) and Portable (P).
Fig. The hierarchy of assets as contemplated in the ISO 55001 standard for asset management. The detailed asset classification scheme and granularity is determined by the organization's objectives and nature of the assets.
Fig. Comparison of the L-V-P Ratios across different real estate sectors.
Fig. Linear assets as part of the L-V-P distribution for a sample municipal portfolio.
Fig. Asset hierarchy extending across all asset classes.
Fig. I. Care trying to integrate the linear assets, vertical assets and portable assets in his portfolio.
Fig. Matrix of the different attributes of vertical assets, linear assets and portable assets.
Fig. Matrix of assessment tools for vertical assets, linear assets and portable assets.
Fig. Roadways are an example of a linear asset either on a single site or multi-site level.
Fig. Example of the N-L-V-P asset classification scheme in a municipal setting.
Fig. Plumbing pipes are an example of a linear asset.
Fig. Asset hierarchy extending across all asset classes with linear assets falling within the class of built assets.
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