Education Symposium & Tradeshow2016 20th Annual Educational Symposium
Thursday, March 10, 2016
7:30 AM - 3:30 PM
"Quality and Innovation:
Fundamentals and Best Practices for Today's Facility Manager"
The IFMA Greater Seattle Education Symposium is our chapter's springtime flagship education event featuring a full day of continuing education sessions on important trends and practices in facility management.
PresentationsYou can view the following presentations from the symposium in pdf format. Simply click on the presentation link you'd like to view or download.
Education Symposium Main Page
Keynote Presentation: "Collaborate To Innovate: Are You On Trend?" [32 pages]
Speaker: Keynote by Monique MacKinnon and Dorothy Neddermeyer, PhD
Presentation: "Itís Too Hot/Cold in Here! Tools for Addressing Occupant Complaint" [22 pages]
Speaker: Carol Lewellen, Tool Lending Library, Smart Buildings Center
Presentation: "How To Crack The Code For A Successful Negotiation" [22 pages]
Speakers: Monique MacKinnon, Founder & CEO, Energetic Evolution Dorothy Neddermeyer,PhD Founder & CEO, Genesis Consultants Inc.
Presentation: "Cost Estimating & Budgeting for the FM" [19 pages]
Speaker: Harlan Faulkin, Faulkin & Associates
Presentation: "Seattle Public Utilitiesí Cooling Tower Incentive Program" [30 pages]
Speakers: Phil Paschke, Seattle Public Utilities Andrea, Martin, Cascadia Consulting Group, Roger van Gelder, P.E.
Presentation: "Effective Communications with Occupants and Tenants" [15 pages]
Speakers: Seth Thornton, Facilities Engineering Planner, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Teresa Rodgers, Facilities Manager, Hines for Amazon Global Real Estate & Facilities
Panel Presentation: "Plenary Session: New Energy Efficiency Policies & Carbon Pricing: What FMís Need to Know"
Panelists: Camille St. Onge, Dept. of Ecology (invited); Christie Baumel, City of Seattle, Office of Sustainability & the Environment; Facility Manager; and, Energy Service Provider
Moderator: Mike Feldman, Board Chair, IFMA International
Presentation: "The Seattle 2030 District" [8 pages]
Presentation: "Seattle Climate Action Plan: Building Energy: Next Generation Policy" [4 pages]
Speaker: Christie Baumel, City of Seattle, Office of Sustainability & the Environment
Presentation: "Washington State Energy and Climate Actions" [4 pages]
Speaker: Tony Usibelli, Spec. Assistant, Energy and Climate Policy Washington State Dept. of Commerce