Lunch and Learn Webcast: Leveraging Asset Master Data - Maintenance Management Readiness for Public Sector Organizations (12pm Eastern Time)

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Join us to learn more about the recently completed Leveraging Asset Master Data and Information project, conducted by PEMAC in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University and funded by Federation of Canadian Municipalities’ Municipal Asset Management Program.

The results of this project provide insights to assist organizations to strategically gather and leverage asset master data at each stage of the lifecycle. 

The panel of experts who were involved in the project will highlight key findings and benefits achieved including the strategic advantages of proactive maintenance management and the importance of gathering asset master data early to deliver value from assets for the least cost over the life cycle. 

The project focused on the public sector, however the insights gained will benefit organizations across all sectors. This webcast will benefit all stakeholders involved in the lifecycle management of assets, including decision-makers, urban planners, public works officials, and asset management professionals. Register now and invite your cross-functional teams to join you to learn more about the project findings and the new resources available. 

Learn more about the project and the resources now available at The Case For Maintenance Management Readiness.

Our Panel 

Michael Ajibaye, Asset Management Office at the Niagara Region -

Michael is a Manager of the Asset Management Office for the Regional Municipality of Niagara. With over 10 years of experience in infrastructure planning; and project and asset management, he's a certified engineering technologist and a project management professional who spearheads the development and implementation of Municipal asset management programs and initiatives.

Leadership in asset management is Michael's forte, with a focus on expanding Municipal strategic plans, long-range financial plans, risk modelling, and lifecycle assessments. His recent endeavours include orchestrating financial strategies for capital assets and balancing risk, cost, and performance to shape sustainable growth for Regional Municipalities.

Michael played a key role on this project committee and was one of the guest lecturers for the new course.  


Philip Lawlor, Manager, CAMP, CAMA, Treatment Plant Maintenance at Regional Municipality of Halton - Philip is an experienced professional in maintenance and asset management with over 23 years of experience dedicated to private and public sector industries.  

Philip works fulltime as the Manager of Treatment Plant Maintenance at Halton Region, where he is part of a high-performing team responsible for the smooth operation and effective maintenance of water and wastewater treatment plant assets. With his leadership experience as Director of Maintenance and Reliability, Maintenance Management and other leadership positions, Philip brings a wealth of knowledge from a diverse array of industrial sectors across Europe and Canada, providing him with a comprehensive while practical understanding of maintenance, reliability, and asset management principles.

Philip actively engages in volunteer work and initiatives aimed at enhancing maintenance, reliability, and asset management practices, including as a key member of this project committee. 


Peter Lewis, P.Eng, M.Eng, Senior Reliability Enginner at The City of Toronto - Peter is a Senior Reliablity Engineer in the Asset Strategy and Maintenance Planning Unit at Toronto Water. With over 20 years of experience in maintenance and reliability engineering in the hydro, steel and water/wastewater industries, Peter demonstrates expertise in the application of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM); Root Cause Investigations and data analysis for improving equipment reliability and reducing maintenance costs. In his work at Toronto Water, Peter is also developing processes that will allow capital project asset master data to be easily integrated into asset and maintenance data systems to improve operational and maintenance readiness when new assets are assumed by Toronto Water. Peter was the chair of this project committee.

Moderated by: Cindy Snedden, Executive Director at PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada.




This is a complimentary event for PEMAC Members and Non-Members.

June 18th, 2024 from 12:00 PM to  1:00 PM