The Art of Competitive Bidding & Negotiation
When you begin the bidding process for any of your projects, the single most important component is a properly prepared set of specifications. Join us for this live webcast to find out why specifications are so important, and what to look for to ensure you are getting the best possible pricing without sacrificing quality. You will also learn the steps to successfully obtain competitive bids. Nick O'Hare and Bradly Luft will give you the guidance you need to take your project bidding to a new level.
4th Quarter Facilities Management Checklist
We're cutting the small talk and laying out what you need to know to make 2019 your best year yet. This thirty minute, high caliber session provides all the necessary information in order to close out the year and prepare for a successful 2019. We've broken down the key factors of project close outs and annual planning into a concise and actionable checklist. Presenting to you with over 25 years of experience, Sergio Pagés gives you the guidance you need to take the 4th quarter by storm.
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Avoiding the Potholes: The Secrets to Successfully Managing Your Pavement Assets
Pavement is one of the most overlooked facility assets of an organization. Although these assets do not generate income, a lack of proper planning and maintenance can have a significant impact on the financial “bottom line” of your business. There are many factors that play into the outcome of your pavement and asphalt projects. Even the slightest miscalculation can significantly reduce the life of your pavement systems, causing premature damage and cracking. Having a structured pavement program in place and understanding the critical aspects of a pavement construction project will help you “Avoid the Potholes” in your next pavement project. In this program, our industry experts will reveal the secrets to successfully managing your pavement assets.
The Science of Roof Repairs: Getting the Most Impact from Your Investments
With over 300 different types of roof systems, there are numerous factors that need to be taken into consideration before making your next repair. Understanding the science behind roof repair technologies and the complexity of application techniques will help you make educated decisions as you work to extend the service life of your existing roof. In this webinar, we will review the most common roof repair techniques that often fall short in quality, durability, and cost efficiency. With over 25 years of experience, our industry experts will offer you guidance and outline best practices to help you achieve a reduction of emergency leak repairs and overall operating costs
A Successful Roadmap for Obtaining the Best Price Without Sacrificing Project Quality
The single most important component of a successful construction project is a properly prepared set of specifications. This webinar details critical elements that must be included in the project specifications. We will also review a proven process for achieving the lowest price, while ensuring the highest quality outcome for the project.
Managing Parking Structures: How to Make Smarter Investments
The functionality and appearance of your facilities are highly impacted by your parking structures and plaza systems. These systems are often perceived by the public and building owners as either a blessing or a curse, and sometimes both. These structures are exposed to very aggressive environments throughout the duration of their service life. Because of this, it is important to perform regular maintenance in order to extend the life and maintain a clean, functional presence. This session will provide a brief technical overview of these systems and highlight best practices for managing and restoring these structures to maintain functional serviceability and structural integrity.
The 5 Step Process for Getting Your Facility Budgets Approved
The most common challenge faced by facilities professionals is getting their annual budgets approved. The financial leadership of many organizations perceive the maintenance of their facilities as an overhead cost rather than a cost saving investment. Because of this thinking, maintenance and repairs are often deferred and only funded when operations are affected or safety issues arise.
How to Avoid Inadequate or Short-lived Pavement Projects
Even contractors with the best of intentions miss critical elements that often cause pavement projects to be short-lived. If your contractor makes even the slightest miscalculation, you could be throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars down the drain and significantly reducing the life of your pavement areas.
How to Develop a Sustainable Program for Your Facilities
Be proactive — not reactive! This webinar will help bring your focus back to the basics and assist you in devising a strategic “plan of attack” to meet your specific facility management goals and objectives. The purpose of this webinar is to provide you with a “roadmap”: where you are, where you would like to be, and how to get there. The information discussed will be drawn from actual case studies for organizations and corporations across North America.
Replace, Recover, or Restore - Understanding Your Roof Options
Roofs are an asset to be managed, requiring regular inspection and maintenance. Facility managers like you must take a proactive approach to monitoring roofing systems conditions, roof activity, and elements that contribute everyday wear and tear.
This webcast will address the differences between repairing, recovering, and replacing a roof. You will learn to assess when a roof is at the end of its life and how to go about replacing the unit in a cost effective manner. Additionally, you will be able to identify when to repair a roof and learn how to do so in a way that extends ROI.
Are Your Priority Projects Shovel Ready?
Imagine this, the building owner is standing in front of you, cash in hand. He has money he needs to spend NOW! Are you shovel ready?
As a facility manager, one of the many challenges you face is the ability to secure finding for your weather-sensitive infrastructure projects (building envelope, roofing or parking structure) in a timely manner. Many times there are very short windows of opportunity when funding suddenly becomes available, and one must be ready to execute the project in a compressed period of time before weather becomes an issue. In other words, you need to have a "shovel ready" approach.
WHAT WE DO
StructureTec is a building envelope, pavement, and roof consultant specializing in the waterproofing and restoration of existing building envelopes, roofs, pavement and concrete structures.
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