zumBrunnen Selected to Present Educational Session at 2012 LeadingAge Ohio Annual Conference and Trade Show

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The building consultants at zumBrunnen specialize in long-term planning for senior living facilities. Tom Doyen, the firm’s Director of Business Development, is presenting an educational session at the LeadingAge Ohio Annual Conference and Trade Show in Columbus, OH on Thursday, August 30, 2012.

Tom Doyen will present Ensure Mission – Lower Operating Expenses – Improve Facility Programs on Thursday, August 30 from 3:00 -4:30 pm.

zumBrunnen, Inc., an independent building consulting firm, is presenting an educational seminar at the LeadingAge Ohio Annual Conference and Trade Show being held August 28-30 at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, OH. Tom Doyen, Director of Business Development for the firm, will present the educational program.

Ensure Mission – Lower Operating Expenses – Improve Facility Programs:

Tom Doyen, Director of Business Development for zumBrunnen, will present his program called Ensure Mission – Lower Operating Expenses – Improve Facility Programs on Thursday, August 30 from 3:00 -4:30 pm. The educational session is designed for Executives and Board Members who are responsible for ensuring the mission of their communities.

Doyen will explain how long-term financial stability is critical to ensure the overall mission of the communities. The presentation will also explain why communities must be more than financially fit on paper; they must also be physically fit (and what that means in relation to financial stability). Doyen will explain why executives and boards need accurate, comprehensive reporting on the physical condition of their assets, how to identify the proper tools to maintain their communities while being as efficient and green as practical, and how to ensure they have the funds to act strategically when changes are necessary. This session provides the insight and strategy executives and boards need to preserve their physical assets.

About LeadingAge Ohio:

Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, LeadingAge Ohio is a nonprofit organization that represents approximately 400 nonprofit long-term care organizations located in more than 150 Ohio towns and cities, as well as those providing ancillary health care and housing services. Member organizations serve more than 50,000 elderly Ohioans daily and employ more than 20,000 persons statewide. For more information, please visit http://www.leadingageohio.org.

About zumBrunnen, Inc.:

zumBrunnen, Inc. was founded in 1989. With offices in Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC, the firm specializes in construction consulting, property condition assessments, facility condition assessments, long-range capital reserve study planning, thermal imaging services and energy audits for a diverse list of national clients. The firm is also recognized for their proprietary FacilityForecast® Software System, a unique facilities condition assessment and budgeting tool designed to forecast and manage long-term capital replacement expenses and to provide custom reserve funding plans designed to their client's business model.

The firm has completed notable projects in a variety of market sectors including senior living, educational, multi-family, healthcare, institutional, mixed use, retail, office, warehouse, industrial, hospitality and public assembly. The firm is involved with numerous associations including LeadingAge (formerly the American Association of Homes & Services for the Aging or AAHSA), LeadingAge North Carolina (formerly NCANPHA), LeadingAge Florida (formerly FAHSA), Aging Services of Georgia (formerly GAHSA), Life Services Network (LSN), Coalition for Leadership in Aging Services (CLAS), Association of Professional Reserve Analysts (APRA), Community Associations Institute Georgia (CAI-GA), Community Associations Institute North Carolina (CAI-NC) and the Community Associations Institute South Carolina (CAI-SC). For more information about zumBrunnen, please visit http://www.zumBrunnen.com.

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