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On-Demand Webconference

Communicating, Assessing, and Prioritizing Capital Renewal Needs

Addressing Increasingly Complex Deferred Maintenance Decisions, Part I

About the Webconference

While facilities leaders have been acutely aware of the challenge of deferred maintenance for decades, the issue has increasingly become a priority for boards, presidents, and CBOs. At the same time, the dual challenge of mid-century buildings reaching the end of their lifespans and newer, smarter buildings requiring more frequent and complex maintenance means that capital renewal costs and deferred maintenance backlogs are growing faster than ever.

To overcome this, Facilities leaders must obtain campus buy-in and prioritize limited resources. While there is no single answer, a combination of engaging key stakeholder, leveraging better data, and targeting smarter funding can turn the tide now and set institutions up for success in the decades ahead. During this webconference, the first in a two-part series on deferred maintenance, attendees will learn strategies to improve capital renewal communication, make the facilities condition assessment process more efficient and thorough, how to weigh the importance of projects against institutional goals.

Presenter: Michael Fischer