A municipal asset management specialist with 38 years experience in all aspects of asset management including strategy development, whole life costing and investment prioritization along with triple bottom line evaluation, integrated capital and operating program and budget development, level of service frameworks, risk and criticality assessment, community service level studies, development of condition assessment protocols, asset inventory architecture design, service request, project management and maintenance management system design and implementation, and asset management system framework and standards: ISO 55000 Asset Management Systems and the International Infrastructure Management Manual.
Greg brings a wealth of practical experience applying asset management in various engineering and management capacities founded on a 28-year career with a City of 250,000. This experience includes managing and leading a public works team of 100 plus staff responsible for the planning design, and deliver of annual operating and capital programs and budgets in excess of 15 million dollars.
Greg is a professional engineer with a Master’s of Science degree in engineering and management, completing his master thesis in 1997 on the development of an asset management framework for local urban roads. He has been actively involved in helping shape Asset Management through provincial, national and international advisory committees. He has published many papers and given many presentations on Asset Management. He is currently one of six members of the American Public Works Association Asset Management Committee.