Aging Infrastructure, Deferred Maintenance and the Cost of Delays
Recorded On: 09/01/2021
- Non-member - $75
- CAI Homeowner Leader Member - $25
- CAI Manager Member - $25
- CAI Student Member - $25
- CAI Management Company Member - $25
- CAI Business Partner Member - $25
- CAI Affiliate Business Partner Member - $25
- Non-Member Homeowner Leader - $75
- Non-Member Manager - $75
- Non-Member Management Company - $75
- Non-Member Business Partner - $75
Duration: 1 hour CE Credits: 1.0 hour
The internal systems and physical components that community associations rely on for residents' safety and wellbeing is a critical concern for association managers, board members, homeowners, and residents. Following the tragic collapse of Champlain Tower South in Surfside, Florida, how can community associations best prepare to meet the unexpected but necessary financial demands of aging buildings and infrastructure? In this program attendees will learn how to gather information, recognize serious structural and system failures, plan to reduce the risk, and manage reserve funding for comprehensive and in-depth restoration.
Brian Butler is Senior Vice President in Chicago, Illinois for FirstService Residential, North America’s largest professional community association management firm. A CAI member since 2012, Brian oversees a dynamic team of vice presidents, operational leaders, regional directors and community managers, serving hundreds of high-rise communities in downtown Chicago.
Brian currently serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Illinois Chapter of CAI, where he is a past recipient of the CAI Olympus Award and Rising Star Award. He is a licensed attorney and also serves as the co-chair of the CAI Illinois Legislative Action Committee (ILAC). Brian holds a Community Association Manager license, earned his CMCA and AMS designations, and has attained the industry’s highest professional accreditation, the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation.
Brian also serves as the Vice President of the Streeterville Organization of Active Residents (SOAR) which is dedicated to preserving, promoting and enhancing the quality of life and community in this highly-visible downtown Chicago neighborhood sitting between the Mag Mile/Michigan Avenue, the Chicago River, and Lake Michigan.
Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC
Howard S. Dakoff is a partner heading the Community Associations Practice Group of Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC. He concentrates his practice in condominium, real estate, and general corporate law.
Howard is the co-author of the current chapter on "Condominium Management" for the Condominium Law textbook published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Howard also regularly publishes articles on a variety of community association topics and lectures extensively at state and national seminars and is an elected member to the College of Community Association Lawyers of the Community Associations Institute.
You may recognize Howard’s name as the Condo Adviser columnist for the Chicago Tribune, Sunday Edition.
Todd Walter, a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Illinois,is the Great Lake Regional Executive Director for Reserve Advisors, which is dedicated toserving community associations throughout the United States. Mr. Walter has conducted nearly 2,500 ReserveStudies since starting with Reserve Advisors in 1999, primarily in the Chicago andMinneapolis areas. Mr. Walter severed asthe Vice President of Engineer at Reserve Advisors for numerous years and wasresponsible for building at team of 30+ engineers.
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