BCWWAAnnualConference 2013Tseshaht First NationPlanning the Future of ourWater and WastewaterInfrastructureLisa Gallic, Ts...
Building a community’s asset management capacityby: Creating a consolidated asset inventory Integrating inventory with t...
 AANDC’s Approach to Asset Management in BC Tseshaht First Nation Project Overview Tablet Demonstration Key TakeawaysP...
 State of Asset Management Amongst BC FirstNations Capacity Building Workshops for BC FirstNations Capacity Building Pi...
Tseshaht First NationAsset Management Project
6Identifying Key Assets
7Creating a Consolidated Inventoryand Integrating with Tablets Collect and reviewavailable assetinformation Digitize inf...
8Field Testing and Training
9Establishing an Approach for MaintenanceManagement Task Integration Benefits of having aConsolidated Inventory ontablets...
10Tablet Demonstration
 Understand the O&Mchallenges of communitybefore initiating an assetmanagement capacitybuilding project Tailor the table...
Key Takeaways
?Questions
Contact InfoLisa Gallic lgallic@tseshaht.com 250-724-1225Danny Higashitani danny.higashitani@aandc-aadnc.gc.ca 604-666-975...
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BCWWA Annual Conference 2013; Asset Management Series presented by Dan Todd of Urban Systems, Lisa Gallic Tseshaht First Nation and Danny Higashitani, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

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Tseshaht First Nation, Planning the Future of our Water and Wastewater Infrastructure

  1. 1. BCWWAAnnualConference 2013Tseshaht First NationPlanning the Future of ourWater and WastewaterInfrastructureLisa Gallic, Tseshaht First NationDanny Higashitani, AANDCDan Todd, Urban Systems Ltd.
  2. 2. Building a community’s asset management capacityby: Creating a consolidated asset inventory Integrating inventory with tabletsKey Learning Objective
  3. 3.  AANDC’s Approach to Asset Management in BC Tseshaht First Nation Project Overview Tablet Demonstration Key TakeawaysPresentation Overview
  4. 4.  State of Asset Management Amongst BC FirstNations Capacity Building Workshops for BC FirstNations Capacity Building Pilot ProjectsAANDC’s Approach to AssetManagement in BC
  5. 5. Tseshaht First NationAsset Management Project
  6. 6. 6Identifying Key Assets
  7. 7. 7Creating a Consolidated Inventoryand Integrating with Tablets Collect and reviewavailable assetinformation Digitize information into aGIS inventory Review with staff and filldata gaps Link digital recorddrawings to inventory
  8. 8. 8Field Testing and Training
  9. 9. 9Establishing an Approach for MaintenanceManagement Task Integration Benefits of having aConsolidated Inventory ontablets Next Steps forMaintenance TaskIntegration
  10. 10. 10Tablet Demonstration
  11. 11.  Understand the O&Mchallenges of communitybefore initiating an assetmanagement capacitybuilding project Tailor the tablet and software selection to satisfy theuser’s needs Ensure the end users take ownership of the project andare comfortable with the technology to ensure ongoinguse and updating of consolidated inventoryKey Takeaways
  12. 12. Key Takeaways
  13. 13. ?Questions
  14. 14. Contact InfoLisa Gallic lgallic@tseshaht.com 250-724-1225Danny Higashitani danny.higashitani@aandc-aadnc.gc.ca 604-666-9753Dan Todd dtodd@urbansystems.ca 604-235-1701
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