Managing the Physical Asset - MNT402

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Develop a first-rate, proactive, and sustainable property maintenance and risk management program by learning the specifics of planning, implementing, and monitoring property maintenance operations.

What you will learn:

  • Maintenance and risk management programs. Establishing a maintenance and risk management program that aligns with owner’s goals, maintenance and risk management objectives and policies and procedures, developing a maintenance budget
  • Inspection and risk analysis. Importance of assessment and inspection to identify maintenance needs and address risks, maintenance and risk management techniques, minimizing risks and hazards, planning considerations, types of insurance coverage
  • Major building mechanicals and systems. Guidelines and procedures for key building components and systems
  • Maintenance management. Job specifications and evaluating bids, ethics in the bidding process, contractor negotiations and features of a contract, strategies for managing contractors and maintenance activities
  • Sustainability. Maintenance inefficiencies and opportunities, utility bill analysis, energy and water conservation strategies
  • Emergency and disaster planning. Safety and emergency needs, preparations and plans, post-disaster response, business continuity plans

How you will benefit:

  • Create and oversee quality, proactive maintenance operations and anticipate potential risks
  • Exceed client expectations with property maintenance processes that deliver optimum and sustainable property performance
  • Reduce capital expenses through maintenance programs that preserve real estate assets

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Related Readings: Order online or use the publications order form in the Publication Catalog.

Managing Your Maintenance Programs: A Guide to Implementing Cost-Effective Plans for Properties

Written by Brad J. Ashley, CPM; John N. Gallagher, CPM; Mary Jayne Howard, CPM; Richard F. Muhlebach, CPM; and Lee A. Whitman, CPM

Creating a maintenance management program is a responsibility that impacts every aspect of managing, operating, marketing and leasing a property. Having a proactive plan in place to keep buildings well maintained not only enhances the appearance and value of properties, it allows a property manager to address vital maintenance issues, such as expenses, contract agreements, inspections and communication with building occupants and owners.

Order #926
Price: $39.95 Member Price; $49.95 Regular Price

A Practical Guide to Green Real Estate Management


This key report covers the practical benefits of sustainability and offers examples and strategies to start going green. The real estate industry thrives on the use of environmental resources like land, materials, energy and water. Reducing the impacts of these resources provides opportunities for property managers and owners to increase the market value of their properties, minimize operating costs and better respond to market demands.

Order #771
Price: $47.95 Member Price; $59.95 Regular Price

Practical Guide to Energy Management

This publication outlines practical steps real estate managers can take to reduce energy consumption and save on energy costs. Important considerations are:
Creating and implementing an action plan to improve energy performance. Managing after-hours HVAC use and costs. Heating and cooling. Purchasing energy economically—working with the utilities, seeking special rates, aggregating power purchases. Reviewing utility bills and learning to understand them. Encouraging changes in occupant behavior.

Order #749
Price: $24.95 Member Price; $29.95 Regular Price

 

Cancellation Policy

Member Price: $599.00
Regular Price: $745.00


 

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09/24/2014 - 09/25/2014
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