McIntosh Perry was retained by Strategy Corp. to carry out Building Condition Assessments (BCAs) of two Assembly of First Nations (AFN) communities: White River First Nation (WRFN) and Liard First Nation (LFN) and to develop an Asset Management Policy. The White River First Nation is located in the community of Beaver Creek, approximately 32-km from the Alaska border, along the Alaska Highway. The community consists of thirty-one single family residential buildings and ten community use buildings. The Liard First Nation people inhabit a broad area in the southwestern Yukon and northern BC and live predominantly around the town of Watson Lake and Lower Post, BC. The Watson Lake review included the twelve community use buildings (administration, service, and warehouses).
Probable costs for repairs or replacements over the immediate (0 and 1 years), short term (2 to 5 years) and longer term (6 to 25 years) are provided. McIntosh Perry also developed the asset management policies for the two portfolios.
Status: Completed 2019
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