zumBrunnen Presenting Educational Session at Aging Services of Washington Annual Conference in Spokane

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The building consultants at zumBrunnen are presenting an educational session at the Aging Services of Washington Annual Conference in Spokane, WA on June 6, 2012.

Tom Doyen will present an educational session on Strategic Capital Planning on June 6 at the Aging Services of Washington Annual Conference.

zumBrunnen, Inc., an independent building consulting firm, is presenting an educational seminar at the Aging Services of Washington 61st Annual Summer Conference being held June 5-7, 2012 at the Davenport Hotel in Spokane, WA. (Pre-conference workshops and a golf tournament will be held on June 4.) Tom Doyen, Director of Business Development for the firm, will present the educational session.

The Fundamentals of Strategic Capital Planning:

Doyen’s session is titled The Fundamentals of Strategic Capital Planning: Understanding Your Financial and Physical Health and Capabilities. The presentation will be held on Wednesday, June 6 from 1:45-3:15 pm. The session will focus on the importance of the strategic planning process. As senior living communities continue to age and competitors enter the market, the implications of strategic planning and strategic capital replacement planning become even more critical. This session will explain the fundamental issues in the process and explore how to use smart planning to position communities for the future.    

About Aging Services of Washington:

Founded in 1951, Aging Services of Washington is a state association serving not-for-profit and mission driven organizations dedicated to providing quality housing, health, community and related services to Washington’s seniors. Aging Services of Washington represents and promotes the common interests of its members through leadership, advocacy, education and member services to enhance their ability to provide quality care and service within their communities. Aging Services of Washington is affiliated with LeadingAge, a national association of over 5,600 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to making America a better place to grow old. LeadingAge advances policies, promotes practices and conducts research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age. For more information about Aging Services of Washington, please visit http://www.agingwa.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 and thermal imaging services 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), Community Associations Institute South Carolina (CAI-SC) and the Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry (AWCI). For more information about zumBrunnen, please visit http://www.zumBrunnen.com.

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