Strategic Asset Management for Building and Property Portfolios

When:  Jun 14, 2018 from 8:45 AM to 4:00 PM (NZST)
Associated with  New Zealand
A practical one- day seminar/workshop designed to highlight the main asset management issues for managers of property portfolios and their staff, and how these can be addressed

Learning Objectives

Asset management as a business discipline is relevant to all asset types, however the uniqueness of the services and assets associated with buildings and property, means that there are differences in how these principles are best applied.

This seminar provides participants with an overview of asset management as a business process. The presenter will draw on the experiences and learnings of the industry over the past twenty years, to explore in detail several asset management planning processes specifically as they relate to the management of building and property portfolios.

Content covered

  • Introduction to asset management as a business process, including IIMM and ISO 55000
  • The linkages between asset management, the organisation’s objectives, and stakeholder expectations
  • The management of information including asset data
  • Condition and Performance grading of buildings
  • Developing meaningful levels of service measures for property assets and services
  • Forecasting and managing demand
  • Developing a long-term renewals forecasts.

This seminar is a mixture of presentations and interactive workshops. Examples of property management practices will be reviewed and discussed.

Duration

One Day, 8.45 – 4.00 pm

Cost

$595 plus gst


Intended audience

This seminar provides valuable asset management skills to anyone involved in the planning, management and/or operation of buildings and property, in the public and private sectors. This includes portfolio managers, asset managers, space planners, facility managers, project managers and service delivery staff.

Registration

Click here to register.

Location

TBC
TBC
Wellington, NZ 6011

Contact

Trina Paul
021362638
trina.paul@ipwea.org