Entries by Brad Kynoch

Celebrate #AMDay2021 with More Free Training!

May 19, 2021 is officially Asset Management Awareness Day, as part of BC Local Government Awareness Week and National Public Works Week, May 16-22, 2021. To celebrate, we’re extending our offer of FREE Level of Service and Operationalizing Asset Management training and inspiring presentations for your Council or Board. Seats are limited, so act now […]

Advancing your Asset Management Practice

We’re extending our free training, thanks to continued funding and support from the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and funded by the Government of Canada and AMBC! Free informative and inspiring presentations for your Council or Board: Increase awareness and support for your asset management practices with […]

Newsletter 31st ed., winter 2021

Topics include: Feature article: Asset Management – Service, Asset and Financial Sustainability What is REALLY important for Asset Management? Case Study: qathet Regional District – Alternatives to Concrete and Asphalt – Integrating Natural Assets into Capital Projects Congratulations on awards: LGMA award to David Allen, Co-chair, AMBC BCWWA/AWWA award to Glen Brown, General Manager, Victoria […]

Newsletter 30th ed., Fall 2020

Topics include: Feature Article: AM data now collected annually by the Province Putting Asset Management into Action at the City of Courtenay – Using “The 4 Cs”: Collaboration, Capacity, Culture and Council Case Studies: Township of Spallumcheen – Informing our Residents – A Video City of Prince George – Infrastructure Report Cards – Turning Data […]

Newsletter 29th ed., Summer 2020

Topics include: Feature Article: Asset Management, Service Delivery, and the COVID-19 Virus North Vancouver: How our Asset Management Framework helped with the decision process Gibsons: Resiliency Planning During a Pandemic Cowichan Valley: Asset Management Program Helps CVRD respond to COVID-19 Virus Christina Benty: Citizens, Politicians, Councils, Boards and the COVID Virus Case Study: City of […]