The Uphill Battle of Entitlements
March 21, 2018
11:30am - 1:00pm
Join us for a tour and conversation of the new Dignity Health Medical Office Building - learn about the struggles and wins during this extensive project. The 68,727 SF three story concrete tilt, deck, cold shell building is located on a 4-acre site in the heart of Citrus Heights, CA. The exterior features consist of a 60mil TPO roof membrane, aluminum panel roof screens, clear anodized aluminum storefront system with grey glass and expressed vertical mullions with a textured elastomeric paint building finish. The structure also features a striking architectural steel roof trellis as well as an impressive aluminum entry canopy.
The site consists of architectural concrete walks, retaining walls, planters and stairs with a large covered drop off zone for patients as well as over 300 parking spaces. The trees, plants and ground cover will be drought tolerant and the landscape designed bio-swales maintain storm water on the site longer for the opportunity to percolate into the ground before making it to the storm drain systems.
SPEAKER: Jim Hikerson of Alston Construction
Our topic speaker has close to 134 years of development and construction knowledge tucked in his brain. Jim Hickerson of Alston Construction Company has stayed true to the profession he selected. He has managed the majority of components in the commercial real estate industry.
Jim has deep knowledge of the Dignity Health Medical Office Building (MOB) complex which was developed by Panattoni Development Company.
From concept to its current stage, this MOB is a five year overnight success.
Don't miss your opportunity to go 'Around the World" at this years' IFMA premier golf experience! Sponsorship opportunities coming soon!
FMP Certification Prep Course
Leadership - August 9 - 10, 2018
Finance - September 6 - 7, 2018
Operations and Maintenance - October 11 - 12, 2018
Project Management - November 8 - 9, 2018
Cost Each Class: $50 Members, $250 Nonmembers
9:00am - 5:00pm
- Learn from instructors and colleagues who have a variety of industry experiences to share.
- Avoid procrastination and stay on track with classroom expectations.
- Discuss and clarify difficult topics in a live or virtual classroom forum
Classes will be taught by Larry Morgan, Director of Facilities Management | Environmental Management System SME at SAP.
Mr. Morgan is a dynamic, accomplished corporate asset and service delivery operations professional with over 30 years of progressive, tangible and thought leadership accomplishments with substantial relationships within the corporate and commercial real estate industry. With his depth and breadth of experience he provides innovative and new approaches in achieving service level improvements across multiple platforms.
Questions about these classes should be directed to:
Victoria Serr, firstname.lastname@example.org
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