Lunch & Learn: The Value of Optimized Maintenance for Commercial Facilities:
You are under daily pressure to keep your facilities up and running, and to do more with less. You need to minimize issues and quickly get things back in order when something is disrupted. You’ve made an investment in assets and want to get the most out of that investment. At the same time, you’re challenged to keep costs in check, reduce energy and improve the value of your facility.
No two facilities have the same service needs. An optimized customized service plan, with a combination of reactive, planned and predictive maintenance strategies, maximizes your return and minimizes your risk. The objective of maintenance optimization is to develop a sustainable maintenance program that will extend asset life and reduce overall facility operations costs. We will walk through a process of how to define your goals, analyze your facility and assign the best approach for your needs.
Also, learn how PACE can help with what to do when your equipment is past its useful life and next steps in the equipment life cycle for replacements.
Charles Lee, JCI: Charles Lee is the Market Director & Strategic Account Sales Manager for the Dallas/Fort-Worth Market of Johnson Controls. In this role he is focused on leading the Owner-Direct sales team business by executing sales strategies to achieve profitable growth and market penetration. He is responsible for developing and directing the Strategic Account sales-force in selling service offerings including planned service agreements, controls, mechanical, fire and security retrofits, O&M, and labor and materials to the local Area market.
Kelly Morris, JCI (Bio coming soon)
Charlene Heydinger, Texas PACE Authority: Charlene Heydinger is president of the Texas PACE Authority, the nonprofit administrator of Texas PACE programs, and executive director of Keeping PACE in Texas, the Texas PACE policy organization. On Capitol Hill Charlene served as general counsel to House Republican Leader Bob Michel, minority general counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee, and minority counsel to the House Judiciary and Energy and Commerce Committees. As vice president and Washington counsel for Capital Cities ABC, Inc., Heydinger represented the company’s television and radio networks and owned stations, ESPN, and print interests. She served as executive director of the Morton and Angela Topfer Family Foundation in Austin, Texas.
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