Leveraging Asset Master Data - Maintenance Management Readiness for Public Sector Organizations


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 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.


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. 

September 25th, 2024 from 12:30 PM to  1:15 PM