Understanding your New Building’s Equipment and Operating Systems
Whether you are building a new library, public safety building or school, your new building will have sophisticated equipment and systems. Come to this all-day program and hear lessons learned from school district personnel, facilities managers and other subject matter experts about: how to get the most out of commissioning agents, when to start the warranty clock, what happens when integrated systems stop talking to each other?
These are just a few of the practical, informational segments that will be offered at the upcoming Story of a Building seminar. Join us on Wednesday, May 1st at the Auburn Middle School in Auburn, MA as we focus on expectations for operating the technical and sensitive equipment and operating systems in your new building.
Co-sponsored with the Office of the Inspector General, this onsite class immerses attendees in the story of a school building project with an emphasis on operating the lights, HVAC, public safety and other systems and equipment.
*This class is tuition-free for two staff from those schools recently invited into the MSBA Process. Morning continental breakfast, a school tour and lunch are provided.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Auburn Middle School
9 West Street
Auburn, MA 01501
Tuition: $200.00* for students earning credits and students from the private sector
Tuition: $75.00 attendees earning no credits
*Registration is via the MCPPO program. To register, please click here and print the MCPPO Registration Form.
Please mail the completed form to:
The Office of the Inspector General
1 Ashburton Place Room 1311
Boston, MA 02109
Be sure to mark your form "Complimentary" if you are attending tuition-free per above.
Please feel free to contact Barbara Hansberry, Director of Strategic Planning at Barbara.Hansberry@MassSchoolBuildings.org