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Facilities Planning & Project Management

  • 20 Sep 2021
  • 22 Sep 2021
  • Southfield Town Center 4000 Town Center, Suite 5 Southfield, MI 48075

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Pricing includes print book, testing fee and
    in-person instructor led class.
    If you would prefer an ebook there is an additional $50.00 fee.
    If you are enrolling as a student for the 1st time, a $225.00 fee is required.
    If you are enrolling in a second program there is a $100.00 fee.
  • Pricing includes print book, testing fee and in person instructor led class.
    If you would prefer an ebook there is an additional $50.00 fee.
    If you are enrolling as a student for the 1st time, a $225.00 fee is required.
    If you are enrolling in a second program
    there is a $100.00 fee.

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Instructed by Michael J. Lauhoff, RPA, FMA

Taking this course is a wise, strategic move for any facilities planner or project manager. Through this course, you will develop the skills and knowledge critical to the successful execution of a facilities project: proper planning, selecting a building’s team, and following through with attention to detail. You will learn how to assemble and manage facilities teams and how to plan and implement facilities projects, including methods to control key elements of the process. In this course you will examine case studies on SFP models, project management methods, and outcomes. You will also study how to close out projects, how to complete and use a facilities annual report, and how to read and interpret architectural drawings.

Major topics covered in this course:

  • The value of planning and organizing to plan
  • Planning models
  • Identifying and rating user needs
  • Owned vs. leased vs. developed facilities
  • Managing planning
  • Classifying facilities projects
  • Roles of the players
  • Specifications for facilities performance
  • Design development and review
  • Implementing projects
  • Planning occupancy
  • Project close-out
  • Post-occupancy evaluation using facilities annual reports.

You will take away these key concepts and skills:

  • The ability to organize and successfully plan a facilities project
  • The knowledge you need to assemble a facilities team, including consultants
  • Guidelines for determining user needs
  • An understanding of the role each player has in managing a facility


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