Moderator Robert Gair Principal, RSMeans Business Solutions 20 +years of construction industry experience in cost modeling and job order contracting Provides property management solutions to federal agencies such as the Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and State Department
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Consultant, Author, Former Facility Manager Texas State University
JOC—The Tool of Choice--by Allen L. Henderson
*Before using JOC, facility owners should review applicable state and local laws in their area to determine if there are any restrictions against its use.
What’s Different with JOC?
Ways for Owner to Partner
Have the JOC tool within reach
and Good Luck!
State of Missouri Division of Facilities Management
STATE OF MISSOURI
JOC CONTRACT SUCCESS
President & CEO, Centennial Contractors and Enterprise, Inc.
JOC: A Contractor’s Perspective
“The hardest thing for your competitors to match is the most unique aspect of your organization - the MINDS and HEARTS of your employees”
- Lee J. Colan, Passionate Performance
Keys for a Successful JOC Program
“The beginning is half of every action.”
Where JOC Fits: Consider Bandwidth
Successful JOC Program Startup
“A working relationship takes work.”
– John Hanley
JOC and Sustainability
Around Your Sustainability Goals
Are you green and growing or ripe and rotting? -Ray Kroc
JOC and Stimulus
“The recession is lingering, and so is the unspent stimulus money that was meant to help end it . . . Local governments lacked the staff to make applications or handle the money they received. And federal money comes with strings attached..” – New York Times article, August 13, 2010
JOC: Expediting Preconstruction
The Added Value of JOC
“The cynic knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.”
- Oscar Wilde