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June 30, 2018 admin

AIM Network is proud to announce it will be working with municipalities in their efforts to improve infrastructure spending decisions through stronger asset management. Municipalities across the country face a mounting pressure to balance competing priorities – including new and existing infrastructure – on limited budgets. Strong asset management ensures local leaders are making decisions…

September 27, 2017 admin

Canadian Asset Management Leaders Develop Collaborative Framework AIM Network Chair, Janet Bradshaw, P. Eng. along with Managing Director Daisy Foster and Director Tjaart Vandenberg, joined 24 other government leaders and association representatives from eleven provincial and territorial asset management Communities of Practice (CoPs) in Edmonton last week for a national workshop designed to develop a…

May 9, 2017 admin

Today FCM announced the details of the new Municipal Asset Management Planning Program (MAMP).  You may now access grants to help your municipality adopt asset management practices, such as gaining support from municipal leaders, collecting data to assess existing infrastructure, developing governance models and implementing plans and processes.   Click here for the application guideSmaller municipalities…

April 10, 2017 admin

Daisy Foster, Tjaart van den Berg and Christina Benty after AIM Network’s Asset Management Conference in Fredericton, 2017 Danielle Charron from the Association of Municipal Administrators of New Brunswick along side Daisy Foster from AIM Network A two-day Asset Management information-sharing and training event was held in Fredericton, NB on February 22-23, 2017.  More than 80…

October 9, 2016 admin

For schedules and brochures from AIM’s annual conference in 2016 click here.For specific presentations, see below.Colchester Country: Asset Management State of UnionFederation of Canadian Municipalities: Asset Management ProgrammingEngineers Canada: Infrastructure and Climate ChangeBrooke and Associates: Municipal Natural Assets Initiative Prince Edward Island: Infrastructure Management for PEI Municipalities