O&M or OMG? How to stop lurching from one disaster to the next by understanding what your building is saying

About this session:

Building operations and maintenance is no utopia. Too much to do and not enough time to do it makes O&M more like a neverending series of “OMGs.” Thankfully, lessons can be learned from the folks building new buildings that FM pros can use to quit lurching from one disaster to the next and start heading off problems before they occur. Join commercial architect-turned-construction superintendent-turned-software architect, Eric Hall, for a lively session on utopian myths and actual realities of predictive maintenance and how understanding what your building is saying will return your OMGs to O&M.

1. Learn the prerequisite process in order to achieve true predictive maintenance
2. Understand how to stop fighting fires and start managing above the fray
3. Review how a building’s asset combinations give it a unique “language” and how to understand what it is saying.
4. Learn how to optimize asset performance beyond the Preventative Maintenance Schedule

Start Time:

3/21/2018 10:00:00 AM

End Time:

3/21/2018 10:50:00 AM

Presented by:

Eric Hall, AIA
Site 1001

Room Number:







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