Facilities Engineers Learn ‘How to Maintain Your Building During a Recession’ During Trane and Association of Facility Engineering Webinar
- Controlling budgets without sacrificing performance -
Facilities engineers have an important role to play in the process — how to manage costs while ensuring that building performance remains uncompromised.
There are recommended steps for “how to recession-proof your building and its maintenance plan” including understanding the building’s current health and state, understanding stakeholder requirements, and learning and analyzing the risks of deferred maintenance in order to make educated service decisions.
During this webinar, participants will learn how to conduct a deferred maintenance risk analysis on building, analyze where to take risks and where to avoid them, and understand how to avoid deferring maintenance through cost-sharing techniques.
Register by visiting www.afe.org/education/webinars. Advance registration is required. Any certified plant engineer, certified plant maintenance manager or certified plant supervisor who participates in this session can earn 0.1 credits toward recertification. All current AFE members can attend for free. Non-members are welcome; the cost to them is
Ronsivalli serves as the service offer development leader for Trane and leads a team in the development of service solutions for building owners and facility managers. He is active in the energy and facilities management community, acting as an adjunct faculty member in the Continuing Education program at
He is also a long-time participating member in the Association of Energy Engineers and the Boston Chapter of the U.S. Green Buildings Council. Ronsivalli has authored several published articles and has been a contributing author of two energy books “Energy Management, Measurement & Verification of Performance Contracting” and “Computerized Building Simulation Handbook.” Ronsivalli earned a master’s degree in business administration from New
Trane, a business of