This program is designed for those who manage buildings and facilities of many kinds, such as airports, government buildings, office buildings, factory buildings, apartment complexes (large- and small-scale), hotels, hospitals, shopping malls, sports and entertainment venues, and other large facilities.
- The scope of responsibilities for the facility manager
- Structuring a cost-saving project
- Determining what changes are needed, and where
- Understanding contracts
- Making a preliminary estimate of housekeeping costs and time
- Stabilizing or cutting costs
- Setting up and getting the most out of a Work Order system
- Setting up a PM (Preventive Maintenance) system
- Samples of actual PM task lists
- Lean Maintenance for buildings
- Motivational tips and tricks
- Legal liabilities of materials purchases
- Interviewing and selecting contractors
- Estimating the amount of custodial work
- Conducting craft training
- Increasing efficiency for small jobs
Who Should Enroll?
This course is designed for facility managers, maintenance managers, building managers, architects, property management company employees, property managers, supervisors, non-maintenance directors accountable for maintenance, leads, maintenance support people and people who are in training for these positions.