Vigilant Management has developed an innovative approach to construction project delivery that establishes an Owner’s Project Manager (OPM) to represent the Owner in all matters. We bring project stakeholders together to achieve a common goal. We understand what the project means to your municipality, learning why it is important and how it moves you forward. We leverage that understanding throughout the project, ensuring that the needs of the Owner are at the forefront of every project discussion. Using OPMs has been proven to bring municipal construction projects in on budget and on time. This means fewer change orders, less schedule delays, and a smoother project from start to finish.
Vigilant Management is proudly Newfoundland owned and operated. We’re a local company, serving local interests. We work only for you, on your side of the table.
Communities in Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as those across Atlantic Canada, are vulnerable to climate change and need to prepare for its impacts. An important first step for communities is to assess how, where, and to what extent they are vulnerable. This assessment tool, 7 Steps to Assess Climate Change Vulnerability in Your Community is a step-by-step guide to help communities assess their vulnerability to climate change.
Communities across the country are becoming increasingly concerned about how global climate change affects them at the local level. In Atlantic Canada, regional partnerships of the federal and provincial governments, professional associations and local governments are conducting research and developing tools to assist communities in planning for and adapting to changes caused by global climate change.
In Newfoundland and Labrador, as part of a Regional Adaptation Collaborative (through Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solution Association), the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Environment and Conservation has partnered with Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, the Professional Municipal Administrators Association and Memorial University to develop a document to help municipalities assess their vulnerability to climate change. The 7 Steps to Assess Climate Change Vulnerability in Your Community is extensive and covers a range of topics.
This workbook, Managing Municipal Infrastructure in a Changing Climate, focuses specifically on climate change and municipal infrastructure, and is designed to complement 7 Steps to Assess Climate Change Vulnerability in Your Community.
This guidebook is designed to help you develop a communications plan that will be a critical component of your community’s or organization’s overall emergency management plan.It includes step-by-step guides and templates for communities and first-responders.
- Public Infrastructure & Municipal Economic Development
- Municipalities and Regional Economic Development
- Land Use Planning & Municipal Economic Development
- Taxation & Municipal Economic
- Small Towns Big Industry
This toolkit is designed as a guide or roadmap for municipal councils facing economic vulnerability It provides a step-by-step guide to action for councils so they can manage the situation rather than letting it manage them.
tool kit through which municipalities can evaluate the status of their financial and operational positions and determine for themselves their ability to effectively and efficiently deliver municipal services.
The Department of Municipal Affairs (MA) in conjunction with the Department of Environment and Conservation (ENVC) have developed templates to assist municipalities and Locals Service Districts with developing a Maintenance Assurance Manual (MAM) for drinking water and wastewater systems.