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.
- Understanding the purpose of developing a Facilities Maintenance Manual
- Definining information to be collected for all categories of Facility Maintenance
- Organizing the manual as a living document
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Barbara Miller is Facilities Manager for AkzoNobel Coatings, Inc., the world’s largest coatings manufacturer. She handles facility and travel management for the Americas Headquarters office in Norcross and for training centers in the United States and Canada. Prior to a divestiture in 2011, she managed the real estate portfolio of 44 sites in the US and Canada. Barbara was previously a commercial real estate broker in Atlanta prior to joining AkzoNobel. Through the influence of IFMA, she completed her Master’s degree in Integrated Facilities Management from Georgia Tech in December 2005, and gained the FMP designation in 2006. She has been a member of IFMA since 1995 and has been actively involved in IFMA’s Community Services Committee since 2001.
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