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Making Your Asset Management Plan Take Flight

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Original date: 
Monday, May 13, 2019
Abstract: 
Airports are an important economic hub for a region. They help regional economies extend their reach and often create a localized cluster of companies around it, termed “airport cities.” Indeed, airports face many of the same challenges that municipalities do. They have a portfolio of diverse infrastructure that supports a variety of services to customers in a challenging, dynamic environment. There are many stakeholders who have an interest in service levels, and revenues are often less than what is required to meet expectations. Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has implemented an asset management program that began with the successful implementation of a computerized maintenance management system to better understand its cost of service. It has also recently established an asset management strategy that systematically employs risk, strategic goals, and service priority for investment decision-making. This presentation will provide a case study of EIA's progress to date as well as future steps.
BoK Content Source: 
MainTrain 2019
BoK Content Type: 
Presentation Slides
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Asset Management Framework Subject: 
01 Strategy & Planning, 1.00 Strategy and Planning General, 1.01 Asset Management Policy, 1.02 Asset Mgmt Strategy & Objectives, 1.05 Asset Management Planning, 3.00 Lifecycle Delivery General, 3.01 Technical Standards & Legislation, 05 Organization & People, 5.02 Asset Management Leadership, 5.04 Organizational Culture, 6.00 Risk and Review General, 6.06 Asset Management System Monitoring, 6.07 Management Review, Audit & Assurance, 6.09 Stakeholder Engagement
Maintenance Management Framework Subject: 
01 Business & Organization Context, 1.0 Business & Org Context General, 1.1 Requirements & Expectations, 1.2 Enablers & Constraints, 1.3 Mgmt & Operational Frameworks, 1.4 Strategic Maintenance Plan, 02 Maintenance Program Mgmt, 2.7 Program Measurement / KPIs, 2.8 Change Management
Author Title: 
Director, Asset Management
Author Employer: 
Edmonton Airports
Author Bio: 

Nick Jensen is the director of asset management at Edmonton International Airport (EIA) and has been part of facilities maintenance and infrastructure management for more than 10 years. Nick is responsible for implementation of asset management at EIA, and has helped create strong momentum within the airport management team to adopt asset management best practices. Nick's career path began in the maintenance management area of the forest industry and newspaper printing plant. Nick is a graduate of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Author 2 Title: 
Superintendent Asset Management
Author 2 Employer: 
Edmonton Airports
Author 2 Bio: 
Wade Melnyk is the superintendent of asset management at Edmonton International Airport (EIA). He has been part of facilities maintenance and infrastructure management for more than 16 years. Wade worked as a lead on the implementation of EIA's CMMS and, most recently, its asset management system.