Currently, there is more than $500 Billion in deferred maintenance in U.S. school facilities. An effective capital plan can help decrease the backlog of deferred maintenance and help you better budget your capital budgets and operating budgets. However, good data is needed in order to make good decisions.
Join School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management on Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 2PM ET/11am PT for their webinar, Capital Planning: Accountability, Measurability, Forecasting, Facilities, where K-12 and higher education capital planning experts, including Sue Robertson, General Manager of Facility Planning at Houston ISD in Texas, and Steven P. Krakoff, Vice President of Capital Planning and Campus Operations at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, will review key components of a successful capital plan, including:
- The planning process
- Identifying needs
- Estimating and forecasting future cash flows
- Communicating and garnering support throughout your administration
- How to become successful with limited resources
If you're a K12 school or district, register for the School Planning & Management webinar here.
If you're a higher education institution, register for the College Planning & Management webinar here.
Speaker Highlight: Sue Robertson has assisted many districts and colleges in their facility assessments. She currently is the General Manager of Facility Planning at Houston ISD, co-author of Creating Connection, The CEFPI Guide for Educational Facility Planning, and an instructor for the CEFPI Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces.
Be sure to invite your business and facilities colleagues to join School Planning & Management and College Planning & Management next week! If you can’t make it, but would like the recording, please register and the recording will be available after the webinar.