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Rob Lash

Manager, Central Maintenance Support, Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring, Environmental Services
The Regional Municipality of York


Nigel D'Souza

Manager of Facilities Services
Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board

Patrick Fledderus

Asset Management Specialist, Water & Wastewater
The Regional Municipality of York

Nicolle Guillen

Education and Professional Development Manager
PEMAC - Head Office

Michael Latimer

Corporate Asset Management Policy, Research and Initiatives Advisor
The Regional Municipality of York

Megan Lendvoy

Specialist, South Peel Contract Admin
Region of Peel

Mareike (Mimi) Miller

Asset Management Analyst
Regional District of Central Okanagan

Cindy Snedden

Executive Director
PEMAC - Head Office

Cliff Williams

Corporate Maintenance Manager
Erco Worldwide

Asset Management for the Public Sector News

Successful Inaugural Asset Management Manitoba Seminar for Winnipeg Chapter


June 7th 2019
In a packed hotel in Winnipeg, the local Chapter held the first Asset Management Manitoba Seminar.
The event was opened by our Key Note Speaker Mark Bryant, Chief Information Officer from PCL, who explained how PCL are improving safety and making financial savings in construction of major buildings by embracing the Internet-of-Things on their construction sites.

Municipalities Can Apply for Capital Project Funding

PEMAC is pleased to share the latest news for municipalities from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).

Municipalities across Canada can apply now for funding to assist with capital projects. Applications are due by August 1, 2019 but we encourage you to early. 

Time invested is a big win for member Nigel D’Souza


In the News: NLC Offers Asset Management Professional to Municipalities across Canada

Northern Lakes College is PEMAC's partner in delivering the Asset Management Professional certification program in seven Canadian cities. Made possible by a Municipal Asset Management Program grant through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, the program is subsidized for the participation of up to 120 representatives from municipal teams across Canada.