May Lunch and Learn 
Greater Seattle Chapter of IFMA
Improving the Closeout Process 
for Facilities Teams
May  16, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

11:30 am - 12:00 pm - Registration and Networking
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Presentation and Lunch


Facilities teams are often frustrated at the handoff when a new building is built, the delays in getting documentation, and having documents they can't work with (BIM models, CAD files, etc.). How can you break the norms between a traditional paper / CD / thumb drive deliverable and move to a functional tool that facilities can now use? Learn about new trends and best practices for bridging the gaps between construction closeouts and facilities.
Key Takeaways:
  1. Find out common gaps and inefficiencies in the construction closeout handoff process to facilities.
  2. Hear industry research about modern best practices in construction and facilities management, including trending cloud-based technology and top factors used to bridge the gaps.
  3. Learn how continuously updated conformed as-builts showing all historical renovations can help minimize change orders on future renovation projects.

Presented by: 
David Trask

David Trask is a National Director for ARC Facilities. He is a nationwide facilities management consultant and frequent industry speaker, advising teams on best practices and game-changing technology and apps that improve efficiency and productivity.
He is also a member of the Education Committee.

The Greater Seattle Chapter of IFMA
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