We’re happy to share this presentation on “Community Climate Resiliency via Asset Management” by Community Resilience Planner, Christine Callihoo:

We’d love to spread the word about the amazing projects BC’s Local Governments and First Nations are doing to ensure sustainable service delivery for current and future generations!

Follow AMBC on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and use our hashtag #OurAssetsMatter to help spread the word.

Got a story to share? Email us! Contact Wally Wells, Executive Director, Asset Management BC at info((at))assetmanagementbc.ca or 250-741-9887.

Thanks  for your continued work to deliver the sustainable service we all depend upon!

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 an insightful and inspiring online presentation. Perfect as a delegation or presentation, this informative session will show how asset management can make those tough decisions easier, more transparent and supported.

Seats limited, so act now to save your spot!

  1. Read the Program Guide (700 kB PDF)
  2. Complete the Expression of Interest form (250 kB PDF)
  3. Email the completed form to [email protected]

Questions? Please contact:

Wally Wells, Executive Director, AMBC
[email protected]

Thank you for your interest in advancing your asset management practices!



Asset Management BC is proud to present the November 2021 Conference Series: Risks and Rewards; Delivering Services Sustainably.  
The last 18 months have placed our assets under a powerful microscope. The need for sustainable service delivery has never been greater.
AMBC’s November Conference Series will zero in on mitigating risk and augmenting rewards in three distinct asset groups: Human Capital, Natural Capital and Physical Capital.
Through a combination of keynote speakers, plenary discussions, and open information sharing forums, participants will leave informed of the latest trends, challenges, and risk mitigating measures to guide their work in both the private sector and local government work.
The conference series will be held over three Thursday morning dates in November. Each morning will be dedicated to a distinct asset group.  Delegates are encouraged to attend all three sessions, or alternately book the session that interests them the most:
Session One:  Human Capital – Thursday, November 4, 9:30-Noon
Session Two:  Natural Capital – Thursday, November 18, 9:30-Noon
Session Three: Physical Capital – Thursday, November 25, 9:30-Noon

Cost per session: $75 plus GST
Cost to attend the Three-Part Conference Series: $185 plus GST


Registration is through the CivicInfo portal: https://www.civicinfo.bc.ca/event/2021/UBCM-AssetManagement

The presentations from the 2019 Asset Management BC Conference are now available online on the Resources page, under 2019 Asset Management BC Conference Presentations.

Thank you to all the speakers and delegates who participated. We look forward to seeing you next year!

The Canadian Infrastructure Report Card offers an objective look at the state of core public infrastructure across Canada. This is the third iteration of the report which provides a timely update and finds that the state of Canada’s infrastructure is at risk and will require significant attention in the coming decades.

To read more about the current status of Canada’s infrastructure >> click here

November 8, 2019  Radisson Vancouver Airport Hotel, Richmond, BC – In conjunction with the annual conference, AMBC will be hosting its first full-day workshop on how to document and assess community levels of service in small communities.  This will begin with a one-hour session on what levels of service is and why it’s important, and transition into a workshop-style how […]

Public Sector Digest (PSD) is seeking municipalities interested in participating in a pilot initiative, rolling out the UKCIP climate change adaptation wizard in Canada. Your municipality will work with PSD and Dr. Peter Walton from Oxford University to introduce the climate change adaptation wizard to your asset management program.

To learn more about the pilot and how your municipality can participate >> click here

For many asset intensive services, climate change makes it more difficult to deliver desired levels of service. It amplifies risk and increases costs required to manage these risks. The greatest impacts are to transportation systems, buildings, water management systems, and marine infrastructure. These assets represent the majority of local government infrastructure assets.

Climate change will also impact natural assets, which play a critical role in service delivery for all communities. Wetlands, creeks, deltas, foreshore areas, forests, groundwater aquifers, and other natural assets are all vulnerable to the effects of climate change. However, these natural assets can also provide opportunities to increase community resilience to the impacts of climate change and carbon storage to mitigate changing climate.

The BC Framework Primer on Climate Change and Asset Management has been written for staff of local governments. It introduces an approach for integrating climate change considerations throughout the asset management process. It provides an overview of the following topics:

  • Key concepts
  • Why integrate climate change response with asset management
  • How to integrate climate change response throughout the AM process


This primer is a companion document to Asset Management for Sustainable Service Delivery, A BC Framework (the Framework) and builds on concepts from the Framework.

Thanks for participating in the 2018 Asset Management BC Conference.   As a delegate/presenter/sponsor, Asset Management BC would like to solicit your input in order to improve the conference in 2019.

Please take some time and fill out the following survey questions.  The survey can be launched >> here

Your input is greatly appreciated!