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Watch On-demand: Smarter Ways to Manage Your School or University

This roundtable discussion focused on the key topics keeping education facility managers up at night



The importance of the educational environment cannot be overlooked, whether it is a K-12 facility or higher-education college or university. Facilities managers of schools have a dedication to make sure their buildings allow students to learn and grow, all while managing costs and current trends.  

“Smarter Ways to Manage Your School or University: A Roundtable Discussion” is available to watch on-demand. The panel discussed key topics education facilities are dealing with – including how to get improvement projects funded, managing energy and sustainability projects, and keeping occupants safe from natural and man-made threats and more.

Panelists for this event include: 

• Brian Cowperthwaite, Senior Director, Facilities Services Operations & Maintenance, The University of Chicago

• John T. Shea, CEO, The New York City Department of Education, Division of School Facilities

• Keith Watkins, Director of Facilities, City School District of New Rochelle 






 
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