Master Municipal Construction Documents Association

Call for Presentations - 4th Annual Asset Management BC Conference

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

The 4th Annual Conference for Asset Management BC takes place November 6 & 7, 2019 at Radisson Hotel – Vancouver Airport.

Call for Presentations

Do you have a story to tell? Do you have a case study?  Have you done something exciting you would like to talk about?  Knowledge sharing and information exchange is what it is all about. Be part of the solution. Share your knowledge, learnings, and experiences in implementing Asset Management.

Asset Management BC would like to hear from you. The Conference theme is: “Innovate, Communicate and Celebrate – A Culture of Continuous Improvement”.

Possible Session themes are:

  • Managing Risk
  • Establishing Level of Service
  • Measuring Asset Management Performance
  • Effective Communication to Elected Officials/Public
  • Building Corporate Capacity
  • Long-term Financial Planning/ Financing Asset Management
  • Small Community Challenges

Private sector submissions will be accepted as part of a local government submission. Speaking time will be approximately 25 minutes with questions and answers.

Unfortunately, Asset Management BC cannot provide free registration for Speakers.  Speakers will be expected to register for the conference. 

Submissions can be made online at:

Submissions are due by Friday May 31, 2019

If you have any questions, please contact Wally Wells at

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