5 Steps to Developing an

Infrastructure Resiliency Model


On-demand


Free


30 Minutes

Live Webcast

What is an Infrastructure Resiliency Model and why is it important for facilities professionals? This FastCast explores the definition of resilience, and illustrates how an effective Infrastructure Resiliency Model can inform an organization's leaders of both business risks and values. Featuring the University of Chicago's AVP of Facilities Operations John D'Angelo, this session walks through five critical steps to developing a model that will drive faster, better decisions and provide increased support for facilities teams.


What You'll Learn:

  • Learn how to develop an infrastructure resiliency model that eliminates, mitigates and manages risk
  • Explore the scope of resiliency and risk, identify core components, and hear how to apply it to your facilities operations
  • Understand the value of large investments and benefits, and how to translate that for decision makers


Session Speakers:

 

 

John D'Angelo, AVP Facilities Operations, The University of Chicago
John D’Angelo, (MS, PE, CHFM, CHEP, CMVP) is the Assistant Vice President of Facilities Operations at The University of Chicago. In this role, John leads a team of 210 professionals that manage all facilities operations, maintenance, specialty trades, energy conservation and utilities management on campus, in off-campus non-dormitory residences, and off-site University operated research facilities. Prior to this role he held facilities leadership positions at Northwestern University, New York-Presbyterian Hospital and the U.S. Navy. John was one of the authors for New York City’s Resiliency Codes following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy.

 

 

 

 

Todd Moore, National Director - Facilities Solutions, ARC
Todd Moore is a national director of facilities solutions at ARC. He has presented at numerous facilities associations and conferences across the U.S. and Canada with a focus on helping organizations, hospitals, universities and school districts better manage their information, be more productive and reduce risks. With years of experience in the built environment, he shares best practices for leveraging innovative technology that drives efficiency.

 

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