Facility owners and operators understand the power of information. From work orders and reports to floor plans and O&Ms, information drives the quality of decisions we make for maintaining and operating buildings. At this educational presentation, John and Luke will outline ways to leverage technology to improve facility information accessibility for productivity gains.
Government statistics indicate that the inefficient management of facility documentation costs our industry over $14 billion dollars a year. In previous presentations, John spoke about the hurdles facility managers face to improve team efficiency and how to overcome the difficulties of establishing a system for facility information management (FIM).
This is part three in the educational webinar series, "How to Leverage Facility Information to Save Money." At this presentation, John Mulcahey and Luke Perkerwicz will explain how to use technology to put facility information into the hands of your team members for gains in efficiency and productivity.
- Using the CSI MasterFormat and National CAD Standards to standardize information.
- Using intuitive organization to make locating and organizing information easy for team members and contractors.
- Useful and simple technology tools, even for non-tech savvy users.
- How FIM improves team accountability.
- Using the SAM method for information management.
- Standardize and Store information in one location.
- Accurate and Accessible information.
- Maintain information using simple systems.
For questions, email info@AkitaBox.com or call 608.229.9200
John Mulcahey Bio:
John Mulcahey is a licensed Mechanical Engineer in the state of Wisconsin with over 25 years of experience in the facility design and maintenance industry. He has been the owner’s rep on over $500M of new facilities and managed a staff of over 150 in the maintenance and remodeling of an organization with over 2 million assignable square feet. Mulcahey has focused on process improvement and innovation in facility management throughout his career.