Entries by Brad Kynoch

Newsletter 35 (special ed.), spring 2022

Topics include: AMBC in-person conference in Nov 2022 Theme: People, Places, and Purpose Keynote speakers Presentation topics Call for presentations Upcoming events See the full newsletter (PDF)

Newsletter 33, fall 2021

Topics include: Feature Article: Operations and Maintenance: The Savior of the Capital Budget Balancing Community Growth and Operations & Maintenance Staff Capacity Optimizing Operations and Maintenance with GIS to Improve Performance and Defer Capital Costs Worlds Colliding: An Operator’s View on Operations and Maintenance, and Asset Management What’s in a word! Operationalizing EAP, the Ecological […]

Newsletter 32, summer 2021

Topics include: Feature Article: It is All About the Provision of Services: So why not strategically incorporate natural assets and climate change? 2020 UBCM Award: Town of Gibsons’ Natural Asset Management Journey UBCM Community Excellence Award: Village of Ashcroft Coquitlam wins CNAM Tereo Award AMBC to hold Fall Conference On-Line Natural Asset and Asset Management […]

Newsletter 31, 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 30, 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 29, 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 […]