Having completed your Facility Condition Assessment, you are ready to organize and supplement the data for ready reference. Information about your site, building envelope, MEP systems, finishes, furnishings, fixtures, and equipment is collected into a resource Manual. Learn the purpose of this manual, how to use it, and how to maintain it as a living document.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
Describe characteristics of a successful Facilities Maintenance Manual.
Define information to be collected for all categories of facility maintenance.
Organize a Facilities Manual as a living document.
Presented by Atlanta Chapter of International Facility Management Association (IFMA), the premier, focused resource for professional development and innovative solutions in strategic facility management. The IFMA Atlanta Community Services Committee partners with nonprofit organizations to assist them in improving their facilities and maximizing the value of their facility dollars. For information on the work of IFMA Atlanta in the nonprofit community: https://www.ifmaatlanta.org/getting-know-us/.
Clara Smith has a Certified Facility Manager (CFM) and Sustainability Facility Professional (SFP) designation through the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA). In her early career in the Interior Design Profession she served as the National VP of Education for the Institute of Business Designers (IBD) (now IIDA) and continued this interest by serving on the Board of the IFMA Atlanta Chapter as VP of Professional Development, Sustainability Committee Chair and Education Chair. As owner of CMS Enterprises, a strategic facility planning and project management firm, Clara provides her Clients the information to meet their facilities management needs. She is also interested in the future of the Facilities Management Profession by judging the Kennesaw State University Capstone presentations and introducing this profession to the high school students attending the Georgia State Skills USA event. Clara also served as Chair and presently as the Building Committee Chair on the Board of the Child Development Association (CDA). In Addition, Clara serves as Board Property Chair for the Lutheran Church of the Ascension and the Open Arms Child Development Center of Buckhead.