Event Date/Time: Jul 30, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 31, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jul 13, 2012
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Deferred maintenance is an ongoing issue for nearly every campus. Whether you struggle with communicating the value of investing in deferred maintenance, generating the buy-in necessary to prioritize deferred maintenance projects, or leveraging metrics and data to complete your projects, it is likely that not all deferred maintenance projects are being addressed at your institution. Join us in Atlanta to learn how to generate the buy-in you need to develop a strategy for tackling your campus’s deferred maintenance initiatives.


The audience for this program includes all higher education facilities and maintenance professionals charged with overseeing deferred maintenance prevention and management on their campuses. Vice presidents or vice chancellors for facilities and planning, facilities and operations, or facilities management, as well as executive directors, directors, and assistant directors of facilities services or facilities operations are all encouraged to attend. Energy and utilities officers, campus engineers, and campus professionals charged with overseeing sustainability initiatives are also encouraged to attend. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a small team from their institution to strategize and develop an action plan for returning to campus.


The Synergy Between Deferred Maintenance Reduction and Energy Conservation

During this session, our expert instructor will outline how a campus’s sustainability strategy can be a hidden gold mine for deferred maintenance funding and how the two efforts, when working in tandem, can greatly impact your campus. This session will also include a case study example of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s signature WE CONSERVE program.


Recommended CPE Credits: 12.5 credits for conference + workshop
9.5 credits for conference only
3.0 credits for workshop only
(Specialized Knowledge and Applications): Group-Live
Prerequisites: This conference is appropriate for participants who have experience in facilities management, energy conservation, or facilities condition assessment.
Program Level: Intermediate

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