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Waco School District created a plan for addressing deferred maintenance & other challenges

As members of the maintenance and operations teams within educational organizations, you are constantly under pressure to request for more funds for various projects — for day-to-day operations, for future planning of your assets, and to ensure you have something kept aside for a rainy day.

Waco, Texas has seen a lot of growth in the last few years, putting a heavy demand on the aging buildings within the school district. Waco Independent School District needed a software solution that would help to accurately track work orders, maintenance, and deferred maintenance to help build a case to request funds for the building of new schools, while also helping to maintain facilities into the future.

Join us for a live webinar on Tuesday, Nov 7 with Alex Villanueva, Director of Facilities & Maintenance for Waco ISD, as he talks about maximizing the use of Brightly’s software solutions. Villanueva will discuss how Waco ISD:
-Passed a $355 million dollar bond for new school buildings
-Provided data to increase insurance claim payout by $8 million after a disaster
-Justified the creation of a new preventive maintenance team, including six new staff positions
-Provided data to increase facilities budget five-fold in six years

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