Our team is growing – Seeking Asset Management Leaders!

Asset Management Ontario is seeking leaders to improve capacity to collaborate and implement project initiatives in 2018-2019. Details are listed below. Please direct questions to curtisching@amontario.ca. Please apply through this link Paid Contract (Click on role for more detail) Executive Director/Program Director Closes June 1, 2018 Business Coordinator Recruitment ongoing until filled Volunteer Board of Directors – Secretary Closes June 12th, 2018 – to be elected at Annual General Meeting Committee Lead – 2019 Annual General Meeting Committee Lead – Working Groups Closes June 14th, 2018

May 24th, Research Seminar: Development of Risk-Reducing Intervention Programs for Inland Waterway Networks Using Genetic Algorithms

Ryerson Institute for Infrastructure Innovation is hosting a research seminar on risk for Inland Waterway Networks on Thursday, May 24, 2018, 1-2 pm at Ryerson University. (Open to Public) The Speaker is Prof. Dr. Bryan T. Adey from Institute of Construction and Infrastructure Management, ETH Zürich More details are attached below. Please direct inquiries to Prof. Arnold Yuan at arnold.yuan@ryerson.ca

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Leadership Team


samsidawi@amontario.ca
Sam Sidawi, Vice-Chair
Sam is the Director of Enterprise Asset Management for the Region of Peel and has participated on several committees including OMBI, Ontario Public Works Association and the National Research Council. Currently he is a member of the ISO 55000 mirror committee and is on the expert panel that assisted the Province in the development of the regulations for Bill 6.

leannebrannigan@amontario.ca
Leanne Brannigan, Past-Chair
Leanne is the founding Chair of Asset Management Ontario, an appointed member of the FCM Municipal Asset Management Program Technical Working Group and was awarded MFOA’s 2017 Leadership Award. At the Region of Peel, Leanne led a team to develop an operational prototype of the Risk Based Optimized Decision Making model.

2018 Annual General Meeting Planning Committee


samsidawi@amontario.ca
Sam Sidawi, Vice-Chair, AGM Co-Lead
Sam is the Director of Enterprise Asset Management for the Region of Peel and has participated on several committees including OMBI, Ontario Public Works Association and the National Research Council. Currently he is a member of the ISO 55000 mirror committee and is on the expert panel that assisted the Province in the development of the regulations for Bill 6.

shawn.boast@oakville.ca
Shawn Boast, AGM Host City Co-Lead
Shawn is leading the Town of Oakville's endeavor to build an effective, enterprise-wide Asset Management culture. The Town of Oakville is focused on implementing an asset management leadership strategy that develops passionate asset management practitioners who exemplify leading practices in their work.

Level of Service Working Group


MHausser@HuronCounty.ca
Mike Hausser, Committee Lead
Mike Hausser is a Professional Engineer with over 24 years of municipal experience in both private and public sector. He has a unique blend of engineering / technology / business experience gained by working closely with a wide variety of municipal services in efforts to continuously improve the transparency, effectiveness, and efficiency of public services.

Daryush.Esmaili@Guelph.ca
Daryush Esmaili
Daryush Esmaili is the City of Guelph’s Manager of Corporate Asset and Project Management. His expertise includes maximizing value in services such as utilities, transportation, facilities, parks, and fleet. Mr. Esmaili has a Master’s degree specializing in Asset Management, and actively contributes to the international industry through committees including the ISO Technical Committee 251 for Asset Management.

Jason.Winter@Kitchener.ca
Jason Winter
Jason is the current Director, Asset Management for the City of Kitchener. Jason has overall accountability for developing plans for the optimized management of the City’s 12 asset categories. Jason’s data-driven approach provides enabling support leveraging technology and consistent processes balancing service expectations and risk management.

DDhaliah@HaltonHills.ca
Dharmen Dhaliah
Dharmen Dhaliah works for the Town of Halton Hills as Corporate Asset Manager and is the author of “Physical Asset Management – An Organizational Challenge”. He has over twenty-six years of working experience in the public and private sectors and is a Certified Asset Management Assessor for the ISO 55000 standards.

KShahata@London.ca
Khaled Shahata
Khaled is Manager of Corporate Asset Management at the City of London, Ontario. Khaled is a professional engineer with a PhD in Construction Management, continually contributing to the asset management and engineering profession through strategy development, publications and teaching.

KrijnenJ@Cambridge.ca
Johan Krijnen
Johan Krijnen is currently Manager Asset Management at the City of Cambridge. Johan holds an engineering degree from The Netherlands, and received his P.Eng. and PMP in Canada. His international career included diverse positions in private as well as public sector in The Netherlands, Singapore, and Canada. He is keenly interested in continuously improving every facet of the asset management system.

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