The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part 2 class is scheduled in eight, three-hour increments on the following days: 3/23, 3/24, 3/30, 3/31, 4/6, 4/7, 4/13, 4/14 from 8:30 am. to 11:30 a.m.
The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part II is for property and facilities managers who need to make management decisions about various building systems and sites. Your decisions will increase occupant safety and comfort while facilitating building efficiency to meet the business goals of an organization. Critical topics in this course include electrical systems and lighting, elevator maintenance and modernization, pest and solid waste management, security issues, fire and life safety systems, and energy management concerns. The topics covered will help you analyze and manage your building systems.
Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:
- Effectively analyze, manage, and optimize building systems
- Identify opportunities to increase the efficiency of building systems
- Understand the successful management of pests, solid wastes, energy, and security and life-safety systems
- Evaluate and implement best practices for increasing occupant safety and comfort
Matt Montanez, Licensed BREEAM Assessor | UG2
Matt Montanez has more than 18 years of engineering experience in the SF Bay Area. He worked his way through the ranks starting as a Utility Engineer, and eventually becoming a Chief Engineer. While being a Chief Engineer, he implemented energy efficient ideologies saving the building owners thousands of dollars while still maintaining Class 1A high-rise quality service. Matt has been overseeing engineering operations throughout Northern California for the last 6 years where he continued to gain certifications such as LEED Green Associate and Licensed BREEAM Assessor. He is currently working with UG2 to provide engineering support to the Northern California region.
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Member rate: $1,250 (includes digital copy of book)
Printed book: Additional $60