The Association Industry:
Looking Around the Corner & to the Future
Wed. March 6 • 8:00 am to 9:00 am • Hawaii Suite 1
Free continental breakfast refreshments provided!
This session will review key laws and initiatives that apply to the Association industry in the U.S. today, and what changes, challanges, and risks lie ahead. Whatever they are they will likely have substantive impact on AOAOs and Association management.
Speaker:
Richard Emery,
VP, External Affairs,
Associa
Presented by
Associa

Is Your Building Safe
From Slip & Fall Accidents?
Wed. March 6 • 8:00 am to 9:00 am • Hawaii Suite 2
Free continental breakfast refreshments provided!
According to the National Floor Safety Institute falls are the #1 cause of emergency room visits. Automobile accidents are #2. Statistics related to severe injuries, lost workdays and lawsuits are staggering. No one item can address floor safety. What is a sytematic approach and how is it implemented?
Speaker:
Rocky Amundson,
Vice President,
The Rocky Group
Presented by

Toxic Hazards Lurking In Buildings
Wed. March 6 • 8:00 am to 9:00 am • Hawaii Suite 3
Free continental breakfast refreshments provided!
Building interior and exterior environments can harbor toxic hazards that rival the dangers of asbestos, lead paint and mold. Such threats can come from mechanical lubricants, cleaning chemicals, systemic bacteria, faulty ventilation, surface décor out-gasing and more. Case studies and related remedies will be presented.
Speaker:
Kenton Beal,
Executive Vice-President,
ENPRO Environmental

The Importance of Planning Your
Next Retrofit During The Current One!
Wed. March 6 • 8:00 am to 9:00 am • Oahu Room
Free continental breakfast refreshments provided!
The need for retrofits can be triggered by factors like climate change, technology advances, material failures, market demand, government regulations. Learn how to perceive and keep the long term in mind one.
Speaker:
Wyeth Crawford, PE,
Director of Operations – Hawaii,
Ameresco (Formerly Chelsea Group LTD)
Presented by
Ameresco

Access Control Technology
Leaps Are Here To Stay!
Wed. March 6 • 10:00 am to 11:00 am • Hawaii Suite 1
Access control systems are now using artificial intelligence and video analytics software to detect age, gender, face recognition, vehicle classification, speed, direction and much more. Learn how and why this technology is used and how it can be applied to the security needs of your building or facility.
Speaker:
Dustin Rodine,
Vice President, Sales,
GeoVision, Inc.
Gregory R. Mason,
Vice President,
Technical Sales North & South America for:
TIBA Parking Systems
Presented by

The “WELL” Building Standard and How
Floor Covering Impacts Health & Well-Being
Wed. March 6 • 10:00 am to 11:00 am • Hawaii Suite 2
Floor covering can impact health and welfare of building occupants. Aesthetics, comfort, acoustics, indoor air quality, moisture management and certain behavioral and organizational changes that can improve health and well being will be reviewed. Also, the International Well Building standards and how organizations like the Well Building Lab develop and test requirements for standards will be discussed.
Speaker:
Marc Cormier,
Regional VP, Sales-Western US,
Milliken & Company

Realistic Reserve Studies Matter -
Especially To Today’s Homebuyer
Wed. March 6 • 10:00 am to 11:00 am • Hawaii Suite 3
Homebuyers are more aware that reserve studies can protect the value of their purchases. Help them gain confidence in your building. Have a strong reserve balance to fund future capital expenditures including painting, spall repair, elevator and fire safety upgrades and to replace windows, railings and drain pipes.
Speaker:
Jonathan Billings RS, PCAM,
President,
Vertical Hawaii Home Inspections & Reserve Studies
Presented by
Vertical Hawaii

Keeping Up With Technology:
“Are YOU Prepared?”
Wed. March 6 • 10:00 am to 11:00 am • Oahu Room
Make sure your building, facilities, and the business of you and your tenants are up to the latest in technology! This seminar will cover key trends and risks you need to be aware of as well as the expectations of consumers and businesses. There are many ways to be prepared and drive value for everyone.
Speaker:
Jason Thune,
Director of Network Development,
Hawaiian Telcom
Presented by
Hawaiian Telcom

Identifying And Remediating
Defects In Commercial Property
Wed. March 6 • 10:00 am to 11:00 am • Pikake Room
Prevailing defects in Hawaii’s commercial and industrial buildings can make their structural integrity vulnerable to high wind and hurricanes. How did they pass codes; how are defects detected; what resources are available to implement an efficient repair plan? Protecting a building’s safety, durability and value will also be covered.
Moderator:
Kenneth S. Kasdan,
Kasdan Lippsmith Weber Turner LLLC
Panelists:
John Bardin,
Architect & Founder,
R. Bardin Company
Dana Bergeman,
President & CEO,
Bergeman Group

WED. LUNCH SESSION: IREM Hawaii Chapter

REGISTRATION FEE:
IREM members: $55
Non-members: $60

To Register: www.cvent.com/d/16qk8l
Call: 808-384-2801
email: iremhawaii@gmail.com
Becoming A Social Savant:
The Magic Behind Connecting Deeply With Anyone
Doors open at 11:30 am • Pikake Room
Lunch & Program: Noon to 1:00 pm
We’re communicating in more ways than ever before, yet technology and social media have drastically reduced our ability to connect with another person and establish trust. This workshop will explore how to become a social savant, a person who can connect with anyone, ask penetrating questions and move beyond small talk to real issues that a person faces. Learn how to use listening skills and body language to create bonds to build great relationships with anyone you meet.
Guest Speaker:
Corey Campbell,
Founder & CEO,
Akamai Training & Consulting
Presented by
AOAO 2018/2019 Legislative Issues Update
Wed. March 6 • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm • Hawaii Suite 1
This is a must for AOAO board members to stay ahead of legislative issues that could deeply impact their Associations & properties. Hear a review of the key and new bills enacted in 2018 by the Hawaii State Legislature and get a look at laws being debated in the 2019 session.
Speaker:
Richard Emery,
VP, External Affairs,
Associa
Associa

Surprise! You’ve been Hacked!
AOAO Liability Exposure from Cyber Theft
Wed. March 6 • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm • Hawaii Suite 2
Prevailing defects in Hawaii’s commercial and industrial buildings can make their structural integrity vulnerable to high wind and hurricanes. How did they pass codes; how are defects detected; what resources are available to implement an efficient repair plan? Protecting a building’s safety, durability and value will also be covered.
Speaker:
Ryan Robertson,
Atlas Insurance Agency

Selecting the Proper Material
for Structural Support Engineers
Wed. March 6 • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm • Hawaii Suite 3
A discussion on the latest options available for HVAC, plumbing and electrical support structures. Hawaii’s environment creates unique issues for corrosion and earthquakes. Learn how to select the best material with corrosion and seismic factors included.
Speaker:
John Betancourt,
Technical Support Manager
Atkore International makers of Unistrut
Presented by
G P Roadway

What Exactly Are Living Walls
And Their Value To Buildings?
Wed. March 6 • 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm • Oahu Room
What are living walls and why are they being utilized in the décor of Hawaii’s commercial and residential buildings? Learn how living walls enhance a building’s asset value and market appeal; beautify a common area, and create a healthier space. Living wall installation and care will also be reviewed.
Speaker:
Greg Lee,
Co-Owner,
1st Look Exteriors