Mastering School Asset Management

Strategies to Tackle Labor Shortages, Improve Safety, and Optimize Budgets

With school labor shortages and many team members retiring, staying on top of thousands of assets is a moving target. Most asset inventories are off by 20-40% due to building changes or equipment replacements. How can school facilities teams possibly create an accurate master plan when the information you start with is wrong? It’s a wide-spread issue impacting critical maintenance, school safety and budget planning. Facility Condition Assessments (FCAs) can capture the current state of equipment, but many of these orgs who perform FCA’s won’t even get on a ladder or only look at a drawing for information. So, is this a true field-verified current condition of your buildings?

Attend our webinar with David Trask, National Director at ARC Facilities, as he reveals strategies to increase the value of your school’s Master Plan and FCA via accurate equipment data.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to accurately capture equipment data in the field using mobile devices
  • How to create a central repository of facility equipment data, which can be shared among team members, and updated in real time.
  • Why bad data can devalue your FCA
  • Who is responsible for collecting facility data in the field?
  • How can facility teams effectively collaborate with FCA advisors?
  • Why accurate equipment data should be a critical component of budgetary planning.

Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2024
Time: 11 AM Pacific / 1 PM Central / 2 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour


David TraskDavid Trask, National Director, ARC Facilities, is a keynote speaker, Facility Voices podcast host, author, and thought Leader in the facilities management industry. David focuses on helping universities, K-12 districts, hospitals, and other organizations leverage innovative technology to drive efficiency in the facilities management industry through thought leadership and advocacy. David has presented at numerous facilities, associations, and conferences, including IFMA, ASHE, APPA, and NFMT as well as regional events such as AAHE, HISHE and regional IFMA chapter conferences. Most recently, David was selected to join the Education Program Committee for IFMA World Workplace and is also an Advisory Board Member for Facilithon. David is outspoken about the urgent need to minimize the impacts of facility team retirements through seamless and comprehensive succession planning.

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