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The ABCs of BCAs: Their Value in Asset Management and Planning | SHARE


The ABCs of BCAs: Their Value in Asset Management and Planning

Date: Oct 28, 2015

Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST

Speaker: Bill Bacon, Senior Technical Project Manager, Housing Services Corporation (HSC)

Cost: FREE!

Bill Bacon

Millions of dollars have been invested to construct affordable housing in Canada, yet housing providers still struggle to maintain their existing housing stock as buildings age and deteriorate. Increasingly, housing providers are using a Building Condition Assessments (BCA) as a trusted resource to manage aging assets and make capital planning decisions.

This webinar will demonstrate how to move from a reactive to a planned asset management approach using a BCA. Even if you have maintenance plans and are versed in day-to-day operations, our seasoned pro, Bill Bacon, will share technical tips, tricks and and insights to help you make cost-effective and strategic decisions for your capital planning. During this webinar you will learn:

  • The importance of a BCA and what it can tell you about major repairs or capital replacement
  • The requirements for conducting a BCA
  • How to use and interpret the information from the assessment
  • Methods to validate and update your existing BCA
  • The tools available to build your capacity for effective asset management


Click on the links to access the resources from this webinar.


Q & A Document

HSC Technical Services can help you with all your technical needs. Call us and let’s start a conversation.

Contact us:
Bill Bacon, Senior Technical Project Manager
Cell: 705-618-0512

Adeel Qasim, Senior Project & Program Manager
Cell: 647-449-8176