Date: March 21, 2017
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST
Speaker: Kerrie Michelutti, Senior Project & Program Manager, Housing Services Corporation (HSC), PMP
How do you prioritize the lengthy list of capital projects and items that are in front of you?
Selecting which capital repair investments to prioritize requires assessing the asset and going through a process of setting renewal priorities. Housing administrators that undertake asset prioritizing are better prepared to take advantage of funding opportunities and to refinance, enables their Boards to make decisions for allocation of funding and resources, and establishes a road map for capital improvement planning.
Join our Tech Series webinar designed to help you understand the task of capital prioritizing and to learn how you can conduct asset prioritizing.
You will learn:
- what are project priorities
- useful tools for setting renewal priorities
- purpose of the BCA vs. a deep dive in scoping or an engineer study
- identifying opportunities to bundle similar capital projects
- what is objective when selecting projects
- considerations (short term repairs, long term replacements)
- ways to aid decision makers in project review and prioritization
This webinar is intended for housing administrators, housing providers, property management staff and Boards that have capital projects on the go or that plan to undertake repairs and retrofits in the near future.
For the last six years, Kerrie Michelutti has been working in the Technical Services Department at Housing Service Corporation as the Senior Project & Program Manager. She has over 10 years of experience working in Asset Management. Kerrie began her career at Toronto Community Housing as an Asset Manager, Special Projects and transitioned over to Housing Services Corporation as she moved to Northern Ontario. In her career she has worked as the owners advocate and project lead on many different projects spanning from capital replacement projects, to program development focusing on Asset Management software, capital planning and reserve fund management.
She has her project management certification with the project management institute and hails from a collection of post-secondary institutes. Kerrie has completed her bachelor of honors in Political Science and Public Policy from the University of Guelph, her certificate in Corporate Communications and Public Relations from Fanshawe College, and her Project Management certificate from Ryerson University.