On June 28th, Dave Rauch will be joined by Mitch Frumkin in presenting the webinar Physically Safe, Financially Sound: Examining the Connection Between Maintenance & Reserves.
Two years ago, the world was shocked by the collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Fla. While we will always mourn the 98 lives lost in the tragedy and an investigation continues into the cause of the collapse, community association board members, managers, and business partners have a duty to ensure their buildings are physically safe and financially sound. These goals can be achieved by integrating a fully funded reserve study with a maintenance plan and program.
Tune in to this webinar to hear from two of the experts behind Best Practices: Community Association Maintenance, a new report from the Foundation for Community Association Research. Come learn:
How a maintenance plan, maintenance program, and reserve study are intertwined.
Why they are so much more powerful as the collective.
What steps your community can take to get on the track to maintenance success and safety.
Meet the speakers:
J. David Rauch is the founder and chief executive officer of ProTec Building Services, a general contractor maintaining over 1,500 communities throughout Southern California and Nevada. Dave has written thousands of preventive maintenance manuals for developers and communities around the country. Dave served on CAI task forces focused on building maintenance and structural integrity and reserve study and funding after the Champlain Towers South collapse; the task forces helped develop CAI’s Condominium Safety Public Policy Report. He subsequently helped author Best Practices: Community Association Maintenance, a new report from the Foundation for Community Association Research.
Mitchell H. Frumkin, PE, RS, is founder and president of Kipcon Inc., a full-service engineering firm that provides engineering consulting services to community associations. Mitch is a frequent speaker and author on state and national levels for CAI. He is past president of CAI as well as the Foundation for Community Association Research. He has helped author Best Practices: Community Association Maintenance, National Reserve Study Standards, and Reserve Funds: How and Why Community Associations Invest Assets. He also served on CAI’s task forces (building maintenance and structural integrity and reserve studies and funding) that helped develop CAI’s Condominium Safety Public Policy Report.