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    Learn the proper way to test for elevator communication compliance and how these new requirements work into their overall building safety program.

    Safety codes for elevators and escalators have recently been updated and now include one-way video and two-way text communications requirements. Discussion will surround the risks, liabilities and implications property owners and managers face with elevators on property and under what circumstances the new code applies. Attendees will also learn the proper way to test for elevator communication compliance and how these new requirements work into their overall building safety program. 

    After this session attendees will:
    -Understand what has changed in the code with example scenarios that illustrate the purpose of this change
    -Understand how IBC 2021 (California Building Standards) elevator code changes impact your property and your tenants.
    -Understand the circumstances that will require you to meet these code changes and when you will need to do so
    -Know how to properly test equipment for code compliance
    -Know how to incorporate one-way video and two-way text communications into your building safety program.

    Don Holloway

    Field Services Manager Elevator Program Manager

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    Don has been with Kings III Emergency Communications for eight years but in the elevator trade for over 20 years . During that time he has worked as a mechanic, service manager, inspector, and consultant. He carries a QEI with NAESA and CET/CETS with NAEC in addition to 20 other state licenses across the country. Don also sits on the Electrical Code Committee with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). And since codes vary in their use and their adoption, he works closely with local jurisdictions to ensure compliance.

    James Bowers

    Product Specialist

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    James has worked with Kings III for over 17 years and has been specifically focused on elevator emergency communication systems for over five. Recently his focus has shifted and he has taken the lead in overseeing the installation of all ASME 2019 and IBC 2018/2021 compliant systems.

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    This session will discuss issues and best practices from iAQ implementations in CRE.

    This session will discuss issues and best practices from iAQ implementations in CRE.

    •    Gain insight on issues when developing an iAQ plan
    •    Understand implementation concerns
    •    Increase awareness of data issues and concerns
    •    Strategies for vendor evaluation, products, and technologies

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Paul Koenig

    EVP, Western Area and Corporate Accounts

    iES MACH

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    The purpose of the BOMA area measurement standards is to promote clear communications among all participants in a real estate transaction.

    The purpose of the BOMA area measurement standards is to promote clear communications among all participants in a real estate transaction. It is used to provide consistent measurement of rentable square footage and allow accurate comparisons through a clearly understood method of measurement. You can also use the BOMA measurement concepts to align methodologies with the International Property Measurement Standards. 

    Attendees will gain and understanding of:

    • other BOMA Standards and their applications and how to choose which fits your building (Gross Area, Retail, Industrial, Mixed-Use, etc.).
    • five simple steps to measuring office space.
    • main features, benefits, terminology and concepts of the BOMA 2017 Office Standard.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Bryant Cukier

    President, Pace Compumetrics

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    This fast-paced Emerging Pump Technology video will discuss the latest trends in Hot Water Recirculation, Domestic Boosting, and HVAC pumping applications for Commercial Buildings.

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has been a seismic shift to us all. This video will discuss the current insurance marketplace and the impacts COVID-19 has had to an already hardening insurance marketplace. We'll identify helpful tools available to help restore your business back to normalcy and discuss some of the innovative solutions being pursued as we prepare for the future. 

    Watch this video to:

    • gain an understanding of the current insurance marketplace.
    • obtain an overview of COVID-19's impact to premium pricing and rate increases.
    • identify tools that can be used to restore and prepare for the future.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Charity O'Sullivan

    Managing Director, Marsh

    Charity O’Sullivan is a Managing Director and Client Executive in the Marsh USA’s Los Angeles office, and has over 20 years of experience in advising clients in addressing complex risk issues. Her career has encompassed several areas of the insurance industry-Loss Control, Underwriting, and Commercial Brokerage. She has worked with a diverse base of clients and attorneys in the Real Estate Industry to implement the use of environmental insurance, capital in large risk retention programs, cyber, captives, and complex manuscript liability and property policies.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    This fast-paced Emerging Pump Technology video will discuss the latest trends in Hot Water Recirculation, Domestic Boosting, and HVAC pumping applications for Commercial Buildings.

    This fast-paced Emerging Pump Technology video will discuss the latest trends in Hot Water Recirculation, Domestic Boosting, and HVAC pumping applications for Commercial Buildings. This video will also cover the energy savings that can be achieved by using ECM Circulators for HWRC, implementing ASHRAE 90.1 for Domestic Boosters, and utilizing Distributed Pumping on your HVAC systems. 

    Watch this video to: 

    • understand the benefits one can achieve by using ECM circulators for your HWRC systems.
    • understand the requirements of ASHRAE 90.1 10.4, and how implementing them can save you energy in your commercial building.
    • how to evaluate your current system to determine if you might benefit from a pump audit to "right size" your equipment.
    • understand the requirements to convert and the benefits one can achieve converting a conventional primary/secondary or variable primary system to Distributed Pumping.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Michael Madsen

    District Sales Manager, Grundfos Pumps

    Michael Madsen has over 35 years experience in the pump industry, and has held positions in Engineering, Product Management, and Sales Management. He is a licensed Mechanical Engineer in the State of California, and also maintains his LEED BD+C credential.

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    This video will illustrate the proven, multi-faceted approach to tenant relations in order to drive tenant retention.

    This video will illustrate the proven, multi-faceted approach to tenant relations in order to drive tenant retention. This includes tips on how to build rapport with your tenants, creation of a community feel, and how to keep all of it budget friendly!

    Watch this video to:

    • gain insight into what today's tenants and workforce want and expect from their office experience.
    • learn strategies to build rapport and strong working relationships with each of your tenants.
    • have a road map of ideas for several tenant engagement strategies that are proven to improve tenant retention.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Kayce Hawk

    SVP, Property Services, Rising Realty Partners

    As SVP of Property Services, Kayce Hawk manages operations, strategic planning, impact initiatives, and business development of Rising’s property management assignments and teams. Kayce was an integral part of Rising’s reposition and sale of Rising's signature project PacMutual. Her expertise in project management combined with a prior career in accounting lent itself well to streamlining the multiple repositioning projects that took place at PacMutual.

    Prior to joining Rising Realty Partners in 2014, Kayce managed 4.6 million sq. ft. of Class A industrial buildings for institutional owners in Seattle. In 2011, Kayce completed her Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation through IREM. Kayce also earned a bachelor’s in communication from Seattle Pacific University.

    Outside of the office, Kayce's passion has been horsemanship since the age of five. It's an art she plans to craft for the rest of her life. From 2008 to 2013 she worked as a part time riding instructor for children on the weekends. Since her move to Los Angeles, Kayce purchased a young horse and spends her weekends at the barn riding through Vasquez Rocks. She also enjoys hiking, camping, eating and cooking great food, and kickboxing.

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    This session will discuss how companies can increase their bottom-line and transform the security department into a strategic, income-generating department.

    Modern physical security systems are comprised of devices that generate high volumes of data. But what does an organization do with the vast amounts of data? How can companies use data from these systems to improve their overall business? This video will discuss how companies can increase their bottom-line and transform the security department into a strategic, income-generating department. 

    Watch this video to:

    • become aware of new developments in security technology.
    • understand how security data and analytics can be used by departments other than security.
    • be updated on the latest technology that can be used for COVID-19 compliance.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Louis Boulgarides

    President and CEO, Ollivier Corporation

    Louis Boulgarides manages field operations and sales at Ollivier. Louis joined Ollivier in 2015 and brings 25 years of experience in the Security Guard and Systems industries. Louis has extensive experience with Local Operations Centers, Regional Command Centers, Global Command Centers, and Managed Access Control and Video. Louis has overseen managed system deployments in excess of 4,000 readers. Mr. Boulgarides received his MBA from Cal Poly Pomona in 2007. Mr. Boulgarides received his Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation from ASIS International in 2006 and he holds a C-10 license from the CSLB – and is a designated Qualified Alarm Company Manager.

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    Designed with the building owner and property manager in mind, this video will answer specific questions related to ASME 2019 updates.

    Designed with the building owner and property manager in mind, this video will answer specific questions related to ASME 2019 updates. Diving deep into the new communication requirements, attendees will have a better understanding of how these changes relate to the use of their elevators/escalators and the additions for one-way video and two-way text communications specifically developed for the deaf, hard of hearing, and speech impaired. Topics will include what is required and specifically what those requirements mean for commercial properties. 

     Watch this video to learn:

    • what has changed in the code with example scenarios that illustrate the purpose of this change.
    • how 2019 ASME elevator code changes impact your property and your tenants.
    • the circumstances that will require you to meet these code changes and when you will need to do so.
    • how to properly test equipment for code compliance .
    • how to incorporate one-way video and two-way text communications into your building safety program.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Dave Mann

    Vice President of Technology, Kings III Emergency Communications

    Dave has built a career that has spanned more than 30 years in the emergency call center field. He is currently responsible for all technology departments at Kings III including IT, Software Development, and Product Development. Throughout his career, Dave has designed, implemented, upgraded, redesigned as well as retired and replaced innumerable systems, processes, business models, workflows and building designs. Active in industry associations, he has been a frequent consultant, trainer and guest speaker.

    Don Holloway

    Field Services Manager Elevator Program Manager

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    Don has been with Kings III Emergency Communications for eight years but in the elevator trade for over 20 years . During that time he has worked as a mechanic, service manager, inspector, and consultant. He carries a QEI with NAESA and CET/CETS with NAEC in addition to 20 other state licenses across the country. Don also sits on the Electrical Code Committee with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). And since codes vary in their use and their adoption, he works closely with local jurisdictions to ensure compliance.

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    What effect will the next generation of cellular technology have on commercial real estate?

    What effect will the next generation of cellular technology have on commercial real estate? Its potential has been described as staggering, but what will that actually mean? The Internet of Things (IoT) welcomed a new era of smart buildings, and 5G is poised to enhance IoT capabilities increasing operational efficiencies and making buildings even smarter. Learn how 5G – and its potential for artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality – will reshape the commercial real estate landscape, as well as how to prepare your property and business for the changes to come. 

    Watch this video to gain a better understanding of:

    • understand what 5G is, and is not
    • identify biggest, most immediate changes anticipated with 5G
    • learn how to prepare for 5G updates: maximize benefits, minimize headaches

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    David Franklin

    Solutions Consultant, Yardi

    David is a real estate technology and IT guru as well as a seasoned sales professional with extensive entrepreneurial experience. At Yardi, he works closely with the sales team to help customers understand the fit between their business needs and Yardi's solutions. Prior to Yardi, he was the CTO for two property management companies as well as the CTO and co-founder of a software company that provided an online communication platform for residential property managers. He worked in the wireless industry for several years at a company called Telephia that specialized in competitive marketing intelligence and network quality assessment. He is also the founder and CEO of Availeron Consulting, an IT services firm specializing in supporting property management companies.

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    As we navigate through COVID-19 and beyond, properties focused on tenant/occupant well-being have become a desirable amenity.

    Health and safety have never been more important than they are today. As we navigate through COVID-19 and beyond, properties focused on tenant/occupant well-being have become a desirable amenity. Learn proactive preventative measures, ensure you have proper protocols in place for reactive cleaning and disinfection, and help establish your facility as an environment where health, well-being, and safety are sharply in focus. 

    Watch this video to:

    • learn reactive cleaning and disinfection measures.
    • discover ways to safely return to work after a positive COVID-19 case has been reported.
    • identify ways to increase prevention measures.

    Course length: 30 Minutes

    CE Credits: .5

    Nicole Morse

    Account Manager/Regional Manager, Hillmann Consulting, LLC

    Nicole Morse has more than 16 years of experience within the Real Estate and Construction industries. She kick-started her career as a Contracts Administrator and progressed into property and asset management. maintaining several properties at both the local and regional level, making her an expert at operations and construction of multi-family portfolios. Nicole has received PMP certification with the Project Management Institute and is a WELL Accredited Professional (AP). Her ability to build valuable relationships makes her a key asset to projects with important pre-existing or new working partnerships.

    Christopher Baker

    Vice President of Operations, Hillmann Consulting, LLC

    Christopher Baker is the VP of Operations at Hillmann, responsible for the performance and management of Industrial Hygiene Services, IAQ Investigations, Mold & Moisture Investigations, Asbestos and Lead Paint Investigations on 20M+ square feet in commercial, office, retail, government, school, and multi-family residential settings. He is the primary point of contact for multiple high-profile clients nationwide and serves as a trusted advisor when complex problems arise. As a LEED AP, Mr. Baker provides green building services toward LEED accreditation in the Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials & Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality and Innovation & Design categories.