Event code: 71926
The role of facilities mangers is to manage the operations of buildings so as to minimise operational costs and the environmental impact of the buildings. To perform this role effectively in this competitive business operation, FM professionals need to be knowledgeable about business management, strategic planning, construction management and engineering towards sustainability in FM.
The 2-day course aims to equip the participants the business case for sustainability; establish programs to reduce, reuse and recycle; analyse the life cycle costing of sustainable buildings and carry out building commissioning.
Business Case for Sustainability
• Concept of sustainability investment
• Integrating environmental issues into business strategies
• Key role played by FM in sustainability strategies
Relating Sustainable Performance Measures of Facilities to Business Indicators
• Sustainability building indicators
• Measurement, benchmarking and performance in FM
Establish Programs to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
• ‘Zero Waste’ approach – going beyond best practices
• Solid waste / energy management and water conservation
• Certification and benchmarking
Operational and Maintenance Expertise Critical to Building Performance
• Management and maintenance planning
• Operations and maintenance strategy, role and approaches within an organization
• Procuring operations and maintenance works
• Performance measures for buildings including cost estimation
• Challenges facing Operation and Maintenance professionals
Life Cycle Costing of Sustainable Buildings
• Life Cycle Costing of buildings – overview, objectives and constraints
• Life Cycle Costing model, analysis and comparison
• The need for life cycle costing for buildings and its effect on building activities
• Complexity of life cycle costing in time and space
Building Commissioning and Retro-Commissioning
• Overview of commissioning
• The commissioning team and process
• The economics of commissioning
• Case studies on building commissioning in practice
DR KANG KOK HIN, Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Faculty, NTU / Managing Director, Best Land Consultants Pte Ltd
Dr Kang earned his 1st class honours Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Monash University, Australia under a Public Service Commission scholarship. He has a Master of Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy in Building Science from NUS. Dr Kang is a Chartered Engineer in Australia and UK and Corporate members of IFMA (USA) and BIFM (UK).
Dr Kang has more than 30 years experience in property and facilities management, property maintenance and management services. When Dr Kang was with the CPG Group as Chief Operating Officer in 2000, he managed over 1,000 buildings in Singapore with a gross floor area of 8 million square metre, and approximate 3 million square metre gross floor area in China offering strategic, tactical and operational facilities management, and training services to MNC and government clients in building audit, condition assessment and green management. Dr Kang was also involved in Wuxi Industrial Park, China on township, asset and infrastructure management.
FM Managers, Engineers, Estate Managers, Property Managers, Design Professionals who wish to understand how facilities management can be implemented at a strategic level.
Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement.
17th Run: 19 & 20 Nov 2018
Duration: 2 days
Time: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (incl of GST): S$720.00
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Effective 1st Nov 2018, the course fee will be revised to S$800.00 (incl. GST).
To enjoy the current course fee, completed registration through Online StoreFront (OSF) must be made by 21st Oct 2018.
Payment must be received by BCA Academy no later than 5.00pm on 26th Oct 2018.
Course registration will resume at 12.00pm on 1st Nov 2018.
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