Kimon Onuma Instructs DC Asset Management Lab at the University of the District of Columbia
Public Presentation in person and online Thursday 8 August 2019 at 11:30 am Eastern.
Washington, D.C. – 2 August 2019 – Kimon Onuma, FAIA, President of ONUMA, Inc. and BIMStorm Founder, has been the asset visualization instructor at the D.C. Asset Management Lab at the University of the District of Columbia.
The Lab is a Continuing Education program for municipal executives and managers interested in using the ISO 55000 asset management system as a guide for creating web-based visual assets using secure, open-standards to share data in real-time. This approach enables clear data management for the entire life cycle of assets from strategic planning to disposition and for as long as the data is useful.
D.C. Government provides an asset management problem to address. The Lab explores multiple ways to address the issues involved. Executives and managers will understand ways to use contemporary methods to disrupt . . . and resolve . . . business as usual using federally proven tools and processes.
Mr. Onuma has long been known as an award-winning provider of achievable, advanced approaches to solving business issues. The DC Asset Management Lab at the University of the District of Columbia allows Mr. Onuma to work with Jim Dieter, CEO of the Asset Leadership Network and President of the AIM 4 Asset Management System (AIM4AMS).
Working together, the instructors offer a repeatable path to improved asset management.
This fresh take on the award-winning BIMStorm will have a Public Presentation on
Thursday 8 August at 11:30 am Eastern and will be broadcast in a webinar here.
Visual building reports can generate the source data for referral during future assessments. Also, existing assessment data can be used to generate visual reports that help to easily identify anomalies.