AMONTario is a multidisciplinary venture towards the betterment of asset management and its related fields, as such its area of focus is diversified among multiple subjects, this is a repository of information on the people who make up the commities that AMONTario is comprised of and the areas those commities oversee.
Advancing the Integration of Climate Change
Climate Change & Asset Management Committee
AMONtario’s Climate Change & Asset Management Committee is advancing the integration of climate change and asset management planning across Ontario’s public sector. Our members include representatives from the university sector, Infrastructure Ontario, conservation areas and municipal towns and cities across Ontario.
Members of the Committee include:
Catherine Simpson, Jacobs
Blair Feltmate, University of Waterloo
Christine Zimmer, Credit Valley Conservation
Graham Seaman, City of Markham
Christine Tu, Region of Peel
Dharmen Dhaliah, Town of Halton Hills
David Macleod, City of Toronto
Christina Schwantes, WSP
Alice Dixon, Infrastructure Ontario
Mike Hausser is a Professional Engineer with over 24 years of municipal experience in both private and public sector. He has a unique blend of engineering / technology / business experience gained by working closely with a wide variety of municipal services in efforts to continuously improve the transparency, effectiveness, and efficiency of public services.
Daryush Esmaili is the City of Guelph’s Manager of Corporate Asset and Project Management. His expertise includes maximizing value in services such as utilities, transportation, facilities, parks, and fleet. Mr. Esmaili has a Master’s degree specializing in Asset Management, and actively contributes to the international industry through committees including the ISO Technical Committee 251 for Asset.
Jason is the current Director, Asset Management for the City of Kitchener. Jason has overall accountability for developing plans for the optimized management of the City’s 12 asset categories. Jason’s data-driven approach provides enabling support leveraging technology and consistent processes balancing service expectations and risk management.
Dharmen Dhaliah works for the Town of Halton Hills as Corporate Asset Manager. He has over twenty-eight years experience in the private and public sectors holding positions in physical asset management, maintenance management, reliability engineering, and project management across a range of industries. Dharmen holds an MBA and is a Professional Mechanical Engineer, Certified Asset Management Assessor, Project Management Professional, Maintenance Management Professional, and Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional.
Khaled is Manager of Corporate Asset Management at the City of London, Ontario. Khaled is a professional engineer with a PhD in Construction Management, continually contributing to the asset management and engineering profession through strategy development, publications and teaching.
Johan Krijnen is currently Manager Asset Management at the City of Cambridge. Johan holds an engineering degree from The Netherlands, and received his P.Eng. and PMP in Canada. His international career included diverse positions in private as well as public sector in The Netherlands, Singapore, and Canada. He is keenly interested in continuously improving every facet of the asset management system.