Best Practices for Facility Condition Assessments
An instrumental part of managing a property is not only understanding the current condition of the building and its components but, even more importantly, to predict and prioritize future maintenance and repairs ahead of time and to provide accurate budgets for this future work. An effective Facility Condition Assessment cannot only help predict future funding needs but can help support and increase funding for the property. This presentation will focus on the most important aspects of an effective Facility Condition Assessment, best practices, common mistakes, some examples of assessments, and tips for implementing an effective and useful Facility Condition Assessment program for your properties.
Students will learn how to best utilize the information included in a facility condition assessment to prioritize building needs, reduce budgets, and plan for the future of their properties.
Michael D. Remington, P.E., President, INSPEC
Michael Remington has been employed as a Civil Engineer with Inspec since 1988, serving as project engineer on hundreds of facility condition assessments, pavement and athletic facility and exterior wall projects nationwide, and is responsible for field evaluations, leading teams of consultants, data collection, supervision of project plans and specifications, construction administration services, project material submittal review and approval, construction observation, and quality control testing.
As President, Mr. Remington oversees the operations of Inspec’s three offices. He has served as an expert witness in several legal cases for pavementrelated issues and frequently gives technical presentations for trade associations and at university venues
Continuing Real Estate Education Credit has been applied for and 1 hour is pending approval from the Minnesota Department of Commerce.
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$10 for Members
$20 for Non-Members
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