Failure to Plan is Planning to Fail

Failure to Plan is Planning to Fail

For facility managers and building owners, facilities maintenance issues can feel like the headache that never goes away. Facilities are the largest investment an organization will make, therefore this is especially problematic. Additionally, with many facilities reaching the end of their lifecycle, organizations must also battle whether to use resources towards repairs, updates and renovations versus new construction. It’s a balancing act. This webinar covers case study examples to illustrate how to react and respond to these very issues, providing best practices to tackle these challenges.

You will hear case study examples that illustrate how to react and respond to these very issues and provide best practices to tackle these challenges.

You can expect to learn how to:

  • Identify strategies to argue for necessary funds to tackle project backlogs
  • Highlight appropriate steps and best practices when putting together an action plan to tackle deferred maintenance projects
  • Know when to use and how to implement Job Order Contracting, a streamlined construction procurement process, to know out project backlogs.

Speakers:

  • David Spooner, Manager of Facilities, Duluth Public Schools
  • Dwayne Pierre-Antoine, Region Director, Gordian