Facility managers need a good understanding of building components and systems to maintain and manage them well. Review the function of primary building components and systems, including the structure, building envelope, mechanical and electrical systems and fire life safety systems. Discover how different components work; typical problems; and repair, restoration and maintenance alternatives. Also explore technology applications that help facility managers manage the assets more efficiently, including maintenance, space and project management software. Applications for condition assessment & capital planning, ERP systems, and CAD & GIS will also be discussed.
- Gain a basic understanding of Systems controls and building automation
- Learn basic systems engineering, design and operation principles
- Understand applications for facility planning and other facility management aspects
- NOTE Pre-requisite: Principles of Facilities Management.
- COURSE NUMBER BUSA-40676
- CREDIT 3.00 unit(s)
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