Join us May 7th, 2022 in person in Orlando, Florida!
Earn eight (8) PRA Education Credits in just one day!
Session 1: How the Champlain Towers South Tragedy will affect Reserve Studies
The collapse of a 40-yr old, 136-unit beachfront condominium building in Surfside, FL on June 24, 2021 was a human tragedy, taking 98 lives. But those people and their families are not the only ones affected. The entire Reserve Study profession will be different, because the consequences of underfunding Reserves now go far beyond unsightly deferred maintenance, unwanted special assessments, and lagging property values. As the provider of the association’s first credible Reserve Study for this association (delivered early 2020), join us in this session to hear how Reserve Study standards, legislation, and market forces are at work to change the Reserve Study profession.
A basic overview of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), what it is, how to apply it, and general environmental options to consider for properties.
What is hostile vegetation?
Who can incorporate CPTED Principles?
What is light pollution and explain the effects.
What is natural surveillance and how does landscape play a role?
With the collapse of the Champlain Towers Reserve Providers are being asked more and more about the structures of their buildings. In this session Mitch will talk about what the structural system is, the various types of building materials and the signs of deterioration that are typically seen. He will also touch on the various types of maintenance and the new CAI Public Policy and banking requirements regarding building safety and how everything relates to a Reserve Study.
Presented by Mitchell H. Frumkin, P.E., R.S. from Kipcon Inc., Consulting Engineers/Reserve Specialists - Mitchell H. Frumkin is founder and president of Kipcon Inc., a full-service engineering firm which specializing in community associations. Mr. Frumkin is a frequent speaker and writer on state and national levels for the Community Associations Institute (CAI).
Past chairman of CAI’s National Reserve Professionals Committee, Mr. Frumkin is editor and contributing author of the Guide for Association Practitioners (GAP) report, Reserve Funds: How and Why Community Associations Invest Assets. During his time as the chair, this committee developed the “National Reserve Study Standards of the Community Associations Institute” as well as the “Reserve Specialist” designation. In 1998, he was awarded the National Presidents Award for these efforts. In 2019 he cochaired the national task force to update these standards as well as to update the Best Practices paper on Reserves. He was recently awarded the 2019 Award in Excellence in Designations by CAI for his efforts.
Mr. Frumkin recently served as Cochair of the CAI Task Force which developed the Public Policy on Building Maintence and Structural Integrity as well as Reserve Studies and Funding.
He is currently co-chairing with 3 other Reserve Professionals CAIs newly created Task Force which is evaluating the National Reserve Study Standards as they relate to maintenance, structural inspections as well as what components to include in the study.
With a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Tulane University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Rutgers University, Mr. Frumkin is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states and holds the Community Associations Institute’s Reserve Specialist designation.
A review of how maintenance, or the lack thereof, impacts a Capitol Reserve Study. The items below will be covered:
1. The importance of component maintenance for keeping a Capitol Reserve Study on budget.
2. Benefits of a Maintenance Reserve Study to be utilized in conjunction to the Capitol Reserve Study.
3. Importance of maintenance to material warranties.
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We will continue to monitor local, state, and global COVID-19 requirements as they relate to our events, and we will adjust accordingly as needed to keep our entire community healthy.
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