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  • Posted in: Ask-NAMS-Canada

    Hello everyone, I am from Ontario and I would like to know if you have replacement costs for the playground equipments. We have about 40 to 50 parks and about 75% of them have playground equipment. With growth a lot of them have couple of structures ...

  • Posted in: Ask-NAMS-Canada

    Hi Robert, Thanks for linking the webinar, I'm always interested in seeing how other cities and regions meaningfully incorporate DEI considerations.  These two references are more broad, but I found Seattle Public Utilities has a good overview of how ...

  • Posted in: Ask-NAMS-Canada

    Hi Troy,  This came in to my email inbox 24 hours too late. I'll try next time! Silje ------------------------------ Silje Albrigtsen Squamish-Lillooet Regional District Accountant Pemberton BC Canada ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Ask-NAMS-Canada

    Hi,  The Regional District I am working for here in Canada, owns a few water main lines buried above ground from the 70' and 80's. These lines are wrapped in a heat wrap to prevent the main from freezing. With the extended period of cold weather we had ...

  • Posted in: Ask-NAMS-Canada

    Hi all, Last month a posted a question on Physical Condition Assessment practices Found here: Physical Condition Assessment Practices for Water Utilities Assets | Ask-NAMS-Canada (namscanada.org) As follow up with the post, I just learned that ...