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Improving FM Performance with Data



This session will take an indepth look at how two leading facility organizations are using big data to improve facility performance. At the University of Arizona, more than 10,000 utility meter data points are read every 30 seconds; the system has ability to display and analyze high-resolution trends, allowing the facility staff to recognize and diagnose anomalous readings. The data has enabled the university to achieve significant savings in water, sewer, and treatment chemical costs and in electrical demand charges. Under Armour is using an IWMS (Integrated Workforce Management System) SaaS platform to drive continuous improvement in facility performance (e.g., reduced hot and cold calls). The system is part of a larger strategy to motivate and enable facility staff to address the needs of their customers. The FMXcellence Awards honor facility departments that use best practices to add significant value to their organizations.


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Start Time: 3/7/2017 9:00:00 AM
End Time: 3/7/2017 9:50:00 AM

Presented by:

Edward Sullivan
Editor
Building Operating Management Magazine

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Brendan Robinson, PE
Director, Facilities and Operations, Corporate Real Estate
Under Armour

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Christopher Kopach
Assistant Vice President of the Facilities Management Department
The University of Arizona

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Room Number: 347

Audience: Intermediate

CEU: 0.1

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