Based on contents from TAC’s Synthesis of Transportation Asset Management Best Practices for Canada (2016)
Canadian agencies are moving toward systems that track asset performance from construction to retirement and use life cycle cost to make whole life maintenance and rehabilitation investment decisions. This webinar will provide participants with an understanding of how Canadian agencies are developing and implementing transportation asset management practices. Detailed evaluation of the transportation asset management practices of 25 Canadian private sector, municipal, provincial and federal agencies will also be highlighted.
Webinar registrants purchasing copies of TAC’s Synthesis of Transportation Asset Management Best Practices for Canada (2016) will receive a one-time, 15% discount on copies purchased in print (PTM-STAMBP-E) and e-book (PTM-STAMBP-E-EBK) formats. A special promo code will be provided as part of the confirmation email webinar registration. Offer valid until 2016-12-30.
David K. Hein, Vice-President, Transportation
Applied Research Associates (ARA)
David currently leads ARA’s Transportation Infrastructure Division, which participates in roadway asset management activities at all government levels. He headed an extensive evaluation of pavement asset management business practices of Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, Regional Municipality of York and City of Regina. David was the principal investigator for the webinar’s cited TAC publication and co-author of TAC’s Pavement Design and Asset Management Guide. David also orchestrated the implementation of detailed asset management systems for the Sea-to-Sky Highway, 407 ETR and Route 1 Gateway. Past Chair of the World Road Association (WRA) Pavements Committee, David now represents Canada on the WRA Asset Management Committee.
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