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2/22/2019
When: Friday, February 22, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Where: McGough Construction
4851 Lyndon B Johnson FWY
1st Floor Conference Room
Dallas, Texas  75244
United States
Contact: TAHFM
512-220-4291


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Enhanced Closeout Management Tools and Strategies for Facility Managers

Take part in an interactive discussion with industry experts to learn how healthcare facility managers can more effectively manage the construction close-out process. Topics included in the discussion will be early evaluation of warranties and operation & maintenance requirements, owner training prior to turnover and best practices for close out documentation.

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Overview
Understanding how to develop and manage an effective close-out strategy can help ensure that maximum value is maintained throughout the life of your new facility today and beyond. While early inclusion and collaboration during the planning phase has gained momentum, there is still a potentially costly misstep in the turnover and acceptance of the new facility. Program managers, designers and project team members often focus on first costs when planning a new facility. Long-term and maintenance costs impacts are often missed or not initially considered. The development and management of a warranty evaluation, operation and maintenance review and close-out strategy can be critically important to long-term costs, leveraging limited resources and longevity of the facility.

Learning Outcomes
  • Early evaluation process of product selection and warranties
  • Operations & maintenance requirements and long-term cost assessment
  • A different approach to close-out documentation and how to make it work for you
  • Overall best practices for close-out today and growth in the future
Presenters
Roman Buckner
Project Executive - Healthcare
Roman has a career spanning more than 20 years in Program Management, Construction and Transition Planning for Healthcare systems. While working as the Director of Project Management for CBRE Healthcare, he performed the roles of Program Manager, Owners Rep and Leader of Transition Planning Services (FAS). With a foundation in Construction Management, his experience lends a unique perspective on project management principles, best practices and process improvement strategies from concept to occupancy. Roman has managed some of the largest and most complex healthcare projects in Dallas and around the country and now serves as Healthcare Project Executive with McGough Construction in Dallas, Texas.

Nate Wood
General Manager
Nate Wood is a 20-year construction industry executive who has spent much of his career working in healthcare construction and program management. During his tenure he has worked with various facilities management departments to develop greater communication before, during and after construction. These efforts have led to reduced warranty claims and created more useful and accessible information for operation and maintenance of their facilities.

Scott North
Exec. VP, Healthcare
Scott has spent his 35 year career in healthcare administration and was most recently CEO overseeing three hospitals for a major healthcare system in the upper Midwest. The facilities Scott managed over his career saw many major construction projects. He was on the front lines of the Lean movement into the healthcare sector. Scott now provides a valuable voice in the industry on best practices for both construction managers working in healthcare and healthcare executives undergoing major construction projects. He will moderate the presentation and bring the clients perspective into the discussion.

Registration Rates
Facility Manager - $0 Members | $10 Non Members
Industry Associate - $20 Members | $30 Non Members

Thank you to our 2019 Diamond & Platinum Sponsors

TAHFM is the state chapter representing American Society of Healthcare Engineering & Association for the Healthcare Environment
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