Managing assets in the context of future climate uncertainty

March 13, 2018 Guy Felio

In this article, published in the Winter 2017 issue of Canadian Civil Engineer, Stantec's Dr. Guy Félio explains why the traditional “factor of safety” approach to asset management no longer works. 

 

 

About the Author

Guy Felio

Guy Félio is an infrastructure management specialist with over 30 years of experience in civil, geotechnical, and municipal engineering. He focuses on finding practical, innovative, and cost-effective sustainable and resilient solutions for clients—mainly with owners and operators of infrastructure and facilities.

More Content by Guy Felio
Previous Article
European Union embraces low-carbon, circular economy: How will it get there?
European Union embraces low-carbon, circular economy: How will it get there?

The EU is focusing on sustainable growth and is partnering with the private and financial sectors to make i...

Next Article
Water rich or water poor? A quantitative tool can help water resources planners
Water rich or water poor? A quantitative tool can help water resources planners

Using quantitative water balance models can help city and state planners understand the availability of wat...