Best Practices to Reduce Costs and Increase Efficiency with Data-Driven Building Services

Building MaintenanceAIA BOMI

Data-driven powered building maintenance programs are bringing new value to building services by driving proven outcomes.

These building services 1) reduce costs, 2) help facilities to meet safety and regulatory requirements, 3) optimize equipment performance and the productivity of FM staffs, 4) drive revenue and business growth and 5) maximize the safety, comfort and productivity of occupants.

Learning Objectives:

  • - Understand the differences between traditional maintenance programs and data-powered programs.
  • - Recognize how building owners can develop specific business outcomes for their maintenance programs and establish key performance indicators (KPIs) that confirm the desired outcomes.
  • - Understand how to establish a cost-effective mix of maintenance services (reactive, preventive, and predictive) for the building equipment in each unique facility.
  • - Learn how data analytics and continuous monitoring uncover costly inefficiencies in facility operations and maintenance.

From Our Partner

Siemens

Haresh Jhaveri

Senior Portfolio Manager, Automation Services
Siemens

Haresh Jhaveri has over 25 years in the building automation industry. Currently he heads the Automation Services Portfolio business for Siemens Smart Infrastructure where he is focused on developing services that leverage digitalization to enhance and maximize building automation performance. Haresh has worked in various roles throughout his career, including Energy Engineering and Operations Management. Haresh holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico and an MBA from Walden University.

Chris Olson

Custom Content Director
BUILDINGS Media

Chris Olson is Custom Content Director of BUILDINGS Media, where he focuses on digital and print content for professionals who design, build and operate commercial and public buildings. He has more than 23 years of experience in the facilities management and nonresidential architecture/engineering/construction industries. At BUILDINGS Chris develops research and industry reports on a variety of energy management and building systems topics