Offered in partnership with the Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technologies (www.catt.cat), in this hands-on course you will learn the fundamentals of asset management with particular emphasis on buried infrastructure (water and wastewater pipelines). The course incorporates real data and exercises to provide in‐depth knowledge of the essential processes and techniques required to establish an effective asset management program for water and wastewater utilities.
Who Should Attend
Consultants, infrastructure professionals and managers with responsibility for the management of municipal water and/or wastewater systems.
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The Engineering Institute of Canada awards 3.0 Continuing Education Units to this course.
Mark Knight, PhD, P.Eng. is Associate Professor and Executive Director at the Centre for Advancement of Trenchless Technologies located at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Waterloo. Dr. Knight has extensive experience in buried infrastructure materials, and condition assessment and renewal techniques. Over the past ten years, Dr. Knight has been actively involved in water and wastewater asset management related research with a number of municipalities, and proposed new and innovative techniques in the market place. He has also contributed to the InfraGuide project (best practices guide to municipal infrastructure) and published and presented on buried infrastructure management at a number of forums.