Past, Present, & Future Trends in Facility Asset Management: OASBO Office Case Study Webinar
Recorded On: 07/27/2022
Date: 07.27.2022, 12 p.m.
Cost: Member - $0 | Non-Member - $55
This webinar will share how equipment and asset collection for the OASBO office building was collected and the preventative maintenance (PM) program was built out. We will also cover past, present, and future trends in facility asset management and topics will include:
• Moving away from the “run to fail” model;
• Technologies to replace outdated work order processes; and
• Need for more attention and focus on energy efficiency and environmental impact.
Jim Rowan is the Executive Director of the Ohio Association of School Business Officials. He has spent the past five years as OASBO’s Executive Director providing support and services to school business officials throughout Ohio. A long-time OASBO member, Jim served as the association's President during the 2002-03 membership year, and as ASBO International President in 2007.
Evangelist, ALPHA Facilities Solutions
Joshua Peach has over 25 years of working with Facility and Business professionals in 1000's of Education Institutions in North America. Throughout his career, he has focused on the people and process side of technology implementation and strategic asset management services. He has been recognized and received awards from leading associations ASBO International, MASBO, ISTE, NSPMA, SCSPMA, and NHASBO.
Chief Practice Officer / Principal, ALPHA Facilities Solutions
Keith is reconized as a Capital Planning and Facility Condition Assessments subject matter expert for both vertical and horizontal infrastructure, as well as expert and leader in water resource management. Keith has his BS in Agronomy from Texas A&M University and he serves as a Senior Program Manager for Facility Asset Management. He is part of the Senior Leadership at ALPHA Facilities Solutions and is responsible for directing and managing resources for facility assessments, site and utility infrastructure assessments, irrigation audits, parks and recreation assessments, tree assessments, playground assessments, abbreviated accessibility assessments, and water management planning.
Keith has more than 25-years of experience in the industries of architecture, construction, and water resource management and is passionate about what he does. He brings value to clients by functioning as their subject matter expert to establish plans which will allow them to better utilize their current resources and assist in their asset management challenges.
Keith actively manages projects ranging in size from 25,000 GSF to over 40,000,000 GSF. In the last several years he has led projects-programs, which have encompassed over 120,000,000 GSF combining assessment and planning processes which assisted clients in their facility management decisions.