2018 Conference – November 20-21, 2018

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Registration now open. Go to: http://events.eventzilla.net/e/2018-asset-management-ontario-amontario-annual-conference–workshops-2138717954 Hosted by the Town of Oakville, our Annual General Meeting is scheduled for November 20-21st, 2018. Please see the attached program flyer for conference details. In addition, please find information about specific workshops, such as the Risk and Levels of Workshop on Nov. 20th: 

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and the Lifecycle Costing Workshop: 

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If you have questions, please contact: info@amontario.ca For Sponsorship opportunities, please email SamSidawi@AMONTario.ca

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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Help make data-driven decisions. Complete our AM Survey by May 31st!

Underpinning all successful projects, initiatives and programs is an evidence-based approach to decision making. Help municipalities make decisions by sharing your feedback and experience on asset management capacity, resourcing and governance. Results will be made available online and any information that may identify a specific municipality will be kept confidential. Survey closes May 31st, 2018 – Fill out our survey!

Q2 Asset Management Workshops and Events in Ontario!

What a turnout at our last working group in Peterborough! A huge thanks to the City of Peterborough, Fleming College, Peterborough Utilities, City of Kawartha-Lakes and the Ministry of Infrastructure who presented about their asset management programs. Presentation slides are now posted.

Q2 2018 is lined up with quite a few events and more to be announced!

Click here to view and register for all Asset Management Ontario Events!

Comply with Ontario’s New Asset Management Regulation Workshops April 23rd, 2018, 9am – 3pm Hosted by Huron County Libro Community Centre, Clinton, ON

Cost: This event is free to all municipal and public sector utilities staff. Additional Sessions: Follow the link above for information about 4 additional sessions across Ontario. This event is offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and funded by the Government of Canada.

Q2 2018 Working Group Session April 26th, 2018, 9am – 3pm Hosted by Town of Halton Hills Town of Halton Hills Offices

Cost: This event is free to all municipal and public sector utilities staff Attend in person or online!

AM Ontario 2018 AGM & Workshops June 13-14, 2018 Hosted by Town of Oakville Oakville Convention & Banquet Centre

Save the Date! More details to come!

Ottawa Workshop Rescheduled

The January 22nd workshop has been rescheduled due to overlap with ROMA’s conference Jan 21-23rd in Toronto. The workshop will be rescheduled in late February/early March. If you have signed up, you will receive updates regarding the new date. We apologize for any inconvenience due to this change.