Darla Campbell and Julie DiCicco presented papers at the Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) Conference held in Kelowna, British Columbia earlier this month. Darla’s paper “Defining Levels of Service for Barrie Transit” focused on the approach to identifying service levels (both customer and technical) for Barrie Transit that was founded on the definitions in ISO 55000. Julie's paper “Are your assets ready for an uncertain future?” highlighted our project work in New Brunswick in asset management, specifically our approach to climate change considerations in Grand Bay-Westfield. Both presentations demonstrate Dillon's experience in working with small and large municipalities for core and specific (transit) assets.
Darla was also elected to the Board of CNAM for a two-year term, representing the non-public sector.
Julie is an environmental engineer with experience in providing services to Indigenous communities, water and wastewater engineering and asset management. Darla is a sustainability and asset management specialist with experience in design and construction of municipal infrastructure, capital planning, and facilitation of public meetings and training.