Imagine a property management world where pipes didn’t burst, tenants had no complaints, and we looked forward to budget season? We may not be able to make the impossible happen, but what we can guarantee is that “Building a Better Budget” can be made possible with less frustration and more fruition.
In this seminar, you will learn techniques and key tools guaranteed to make budgets your acquaintance, not your enemy. You will learn what budgets really do, how to satisfy your analytical accountant (because it’s possible), budget building blocks that actually work, realistic time management, and understanding that experience will ultimately build your budget. Mastering your budget may take time and experience, but even the master was once a student!
Presentation will cover the following topics:
-Introduction to 2015 IFC Section 510 (International Fire Code)
-Explanation of technical terms related to Radio Frequency (RF)
-Explanation of testing for in-building signal coverage
-Overview of designing an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of installing an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of commissioning an in-building RF enhancement system
-Overview of annual testing of an in-building RF enhancement system
Speaker name & biography:
Upon graduating from Trinity University, located in San Antonio, in 2016, Eric Schluter went to work for Southwest Research Institute in the Defense and Intelligence Solutions Division, RF Sensor and Systems Department. There he assisted in the development of enhanced communications, surveillance, and reconnaissance applications for both commercial and government clients as well as supported custom RF solutions through testing antenna and RF subsystems performances; ranging from VHF to millimeter wave frequencies. In January of 2019, Eric transitioned to Beckwith to head their Emergency and Wireless Communication Systems (EWCS) Department which designs, installs, commissions, and tests Public Safety and Commercial In-Building RF Enhancement systems.
This course will cover water treatment requirements for Commercial Buildings, how to develop a successful water treatment program, and how to control Legionella in Commercial Buildings.
David Anderson holds a B.S. Degree in Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy. Following his time in the Navy he spent 8 years with Nalfleet, the Marine Division of Nalco, providing chemicals and services to the various shipping companies on the East Coast. He has been employed by Coastline for the last 23 years in the management of water treatment programs throughout the Mid-Atlantic/Central Texas regions and currently holds the position of Director of Water Treatment. He has a total of 31 years experience in the water treatment industry.
Mike Brown has over 25 years experience in the water treatment industry and is the Regional Sales and Service Manager for Coastline, LTD. Mike is recognized by the Association of Water Technoligies (AWT) as a Certified Water Techologist (CWT).
Mike spent 18 years with GE Water and Process Technologies in sales management, working in many industries to include Power, Pulp and Paper, Food and Beverage and Commercial HVAC.
Mike graduated from Washington State University in Pullman, WA with a B.S, in Mechanical Engineering and served for 12 years in the US Army and the US Army Reserves as an Infantry Office, retiring at the rank of Captain.