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Association Updates This spring, AMB launched its the new brand image. As part of its evolution, ABM has updated its look and feel, including logo, tagline, uniforms, vehicles and website. The new brand captures and conveys that today’s ABM is about “building value.” ABM builds value for clients by reducing operating costs while keeping properties safe, clean, comfortable and energy efficient, through individual or integrated solutions. If you would like to see firsthand about ABM’s new brand, please watch the video at brandvideo or flip through its storybook at ABM, one of the largest facility management services providers in the U.S., offers building maintenance services. 545-7733 If you missed CIA’s popular seminar, Insurance – How Much is Enough, this past COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS March in Kona … don’t INSTITUTE worry. CAI is offering it again on Oahu at the Hale Koa Hotel. Two national speakers—association program manager Jamie Schraff for The Distinguished Programs Group and attorney and vice president of claims Haralyn Isaac for the Executive Liability Division of Great American Insurance Company—will provide valuable information regarding insurance issues from the application process of claims. Save the Date: May 24, 2012. The Hawaii Chapter of the Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business and networking needs of Hawaii’s community associations. 488-1133 In May, the Hawaii CCIM Chapter will host Steve Heimler, president of Cirrus Asset Management, Inc. Steve will talk about why the Multifamily is the Darling of a Volitale Market. A Certified Commercial Investment Member Steve Heimler (CCIM) is a recognized expert in the disciplines of commercial and investment real estate. 528-2246 CCM’s upcoming speaker is nationally recognized Marjorie Jean Meyer, CMCA, PCAM. She has been active in real estate management and construction since 1971. She established Prime Site, Inc., a Houston Building Value Through Expert Facility Services Outsourcing non-core functions can lower your costs, increase efficiency and improve performance. ABM works with you to reduce your operating expenses while keeping your property safe, clean, comfortable and energy efficient through integrated or stand-alone services. Call Tiera Covington today at 808-545-7733 for facility services, always customized to your needs. ©2012 ABM Industries, Inc. 28 April - May 2012 BMH

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Management Hawaii - April/May 2012

Contents Building Management Hawaii, April/May 2012
DEPARTMENTS: Concrete Restoration
If You’re Not Testing, You’re Guessing. Diagnose your concrete woes to save time and money.
Corroding Rebar and Spalling Concrete. Why zinc can be a spalling solution.
Top Five Fixes for Spalling. Preventing the corrosion of your building.
Trees – Our Green Assets. How not to plant the wrong tree in the wrong place.
Watts Up? Watts Down!. What you don’t know about parking lots could cost you big bucks.
Covered Parking & Photovoltaics: A Symbiotic Relationship. Covered Parking & Photovoltaics: A Symbiotic Relationship
Fire Prevention & Response
Top 10 Fire Fighters. Preventing fires is a job for everyone, but condo boards and property managers have a particular responsibility.
Keep a Clean Chute. Maintainance of trash chutes prevents serious high-rise fires
Stop, Drop & Go Wireless. New technology aids in fast response and saving lives.
Insurance: Do Condo Owners ‘Get’ Your Master Policy?
EDITORIAL: Editor’s Note
Ask An Expert: Epoxy vs. Regular Rebar
Association Updates
Movers & Shakers
Industry News
Resource Guide: Concrete Restoration & Asphalt

Building Management Hawaii - April/May 2012