Fundamentals of Facilities Management
November 6, 7, 13, 14, 21, Dec 4, 11, 12, 18, 19
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
BOMA Boston Office, Three Center Plaza, Boston, 02108
Successful facilities managers must have business savvy supported by a broad scope of technical knowledge. This course provides the base from which to build a career in facilities management. You will learn how to structure and manage operations and maintenance programs, and how to manage personnel effectively to control workload. You will gain an understanding of the importance of facilities management to business organizations and operations, while also learning strategies for internal marketing.
Key topic areas: principles of information management • investment, cost controls, and budgeting strategies • operating levels of facilities activities • outsourcing principles •benefits of leasing vs. ownership
Instructor - Larry Lenrow - The Davis Companies
Larry F. Lenrow is Managing Director of Property Management and Operations at The Davis Companies. Lenrow runs the property management company as well as handling various administrative duties. He is a voting member of the investment committee and sits on the executive committee. For over more than three decades, Lenrow has been involved in every facet of the real estate business, from leasing and asset and property management, to development, acquisitions and finance. He was responsible for one of the largest commercial leases in the country in 1991. He has been featured on the cover of Real Estate New York and " people to watch" in the New England Real Estate Journal.He was named 2012 BOMA executive of the year. Having graduated from college at age 19, he went on to earn masters degrees in Education, Accounting, Business and Taxation. He is honored to be a BOMI instructor for several decades.
BOMA members who are current BOMI students may sign in to register online.
Non-members and new BOMI students may contact Cam Archibald at firstname.lastname@example.org and 617-399-7868 and submit a registration form.