Seminar to reveal how maintenance adds value

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One of the changes built into the new NSW strata laws is a requirement to set up a 10-year maintenance plan, to be reviewed every five years.

So, do you have one?  And is it relevant and up to date?  Are you saving up for a rainy day with no idea of when it’s going to come or how hard it’s likely to rain?

Do you have any idea what good maintenance should include?  Our good friends at the Owners Corporation Network are organising an information night  where you can get the right advice on building maintenance and  discover whether your asset management strategies meet your maintenance needs and legal requirements.

Award winning facilities managers, MBM will deliver an interactive session on preventative and reactive maintenance, minor works and life-cycle replacement.

The aim is to tell you how to enhance your property values rather than just squirreling away money blindly then spending it haphazardly on the latest problem rather than the highest priority.

Speakers include:

Craig Underwood, National Executive: Building Consultancy and Engineering, MBM

With 20 years experience across the majority of sectors within the built environment, Craig has completed extensive volumes of property audits, both comprehensive written reports and software generated reports, asset identification, asset life cycle and condition reporting. Craig fully understands and appreciates his clients’ interests and business drivers.

Wayne Herbert, Managing Director, ASTON INDUSTRIES .

Wayne has over two decades worth of experience in the construction industry across Europe and Australia. He has been developing data collection and life cycle analysis software for the past 10 years and is highly regarded in the industry for his knowledge and expertise. He also lectures at the University of Sydney on Facilities Management, Sustainability and Building Services.

Bill Stinson – ESSENTIAL DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT

As a professionally qualified builder with 40 years in the business, Bill’s responsibilities have included project management, construction and facilities management and industrial relations and project planning. Bill lectures at Sydney University in Project Management and the University of Technology in Professional Practice. Bill has assisted in the development of software to enable building owners to cost effectively manage their properties.

 

 

WhenThursday,  June 15,  2017

WhereKirribilli Club, Lavender Bay

Time:   6:00pm – 8:00pm

Costs:  Members: $22 (incl GST)  Non Members: $44 (incl GST)

Light refreshments will be provided.

For more details, and to register, go to the OCN website.

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