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Property Management

Getting to know the “new” guy

-Jeff Bohrer, M.S., P.E.

Archdiocese of Cincinnati

Director of Property Management and Real Estate

Slide2

Background

Bachelor of Civil Engineering from U.D.M.S. in Civil Engineering from Colorado StateP.E. Civil Engineering Project ManagerBack to U.D. for teacher certificationPhysics and Renewable Energy TeacherSeven years of energy efficiency and renewable energy experienceEnergy Efficiency Project ManagerAnd now: Director of Property Management and Real Estate

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Interests

John

DenverBiking and hikingTeachingBeing passionate and energeticEnergy efficiency and renewable energyCarroll ProjectHouseVolt

Slide4

Here and There

Grew up in Ashland, Ohio (Cleveland Diocese)In college I moved around a lot, met my amazing wife, and eventually settled down in Dayton.Dayton office is my headquartersFamily of fourQueen of Apostles Community

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Some of My Responsibilities

Help parishes and schools with the building processAdvise and recommendGuide (through AoC requirements for project approval)Visit during constructionBe a look out for parishes and schoolsClient favorable contractsLiabilityLooking over project proposals to help ensure the project is in lineProtect our families and children by making sure lead and asbestos concerns are adequately addressed

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Some of My Responsibilities

Provide contractor/vendor suggestionsMake site visits, assessments, and presentationsPromote energy efficiency and sustainable practicesEnergy audits and energy project implementationRecyclingGreen certificationConstruction projectsHelp save money for archdiocese and parishesEnergy efficiencyRebidding ContractsCompetitive bidding processNot to Exceed and GMP contracts

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My Pledge to You

Be responsiveReturn phone calls and emails within three days (most of the time!)Treat you with dignity and respect and demonstrate a willingness to work togetherHelp you explore different avenues if original plan is not feasible

Slide8

The Building Process

I have learned in my time here that there is some confusion on the proper procedure for initiating and completing projects related to real property. I am working on drafting for review by the Archbishop a summary of our current building procedures. This will take much time and committee work to get acceptance for official publication. In the meantime, I would kindly ask that you contact me for all of your planned construction projects, so that I can help start you in the right direction, help make sure the contracts adequately protect you, and see that the contracts are signed by the appropriate authority.

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Some Important Construction Policies to Note

Contracts

Either use of a standard contract or a no-cost review of

the proposed

contract by our attorneys is required.

Project Cost

If project is

under

$

25,000

,

Archbishop

does not

need to sign

the contract

but our standard contract should be used.

If project is

over

$

25,000

,

Archbishop

does

need to sign

the contract,

and Rich Kelly and myself need contacted

for approval at the start of the project.

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Some Important Construction Policies to Note

Volunteers

Volunteers

are a tricky thing and unless

the work

is something simple, volunteers generally can’t be used for construction projects due to liability concerns.

Finances

The

Archdiocese stopped loaning money in 2006.

In

general for financial approval, all funds in cash must be available. If they are not, 50% must be

available

and the other 50%

must come

from a capital campaign

.

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Some Important Construction Policies to Note

Unions

All

new construction and renovation projects over $1,000,000 must be

union contractors.

Renovation projects under $1,000,000 may use

non-union

contractors.

Exceptions to union requirements:

If

it can be demonstrated that union labor is difficult to find in the

area.

The

work will be performed by a parishioner

contractor.

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Some Important Real Estate Notes

For sale, purchase, and lease, contact me for appropriate procedure.

For

sales, the Chancellor, the

Archdiocesan Finance Council, the College of

Consultors

, and the Archbishop

must approve.

Also for sales, two appraisals will be required.

The Archbishop is the only one who can sign any sort of contract, including realtor agreements.

There

is no single “official” Archdiocesan realtor

.

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Property Management Website

CurrentContact informationAsbestos Training InfoStandard contract suite with instructionsAHERA document for school constructionFuturePhoto gallery with project reference listingsVirtual warehouseBrown bagsService organizations links related to propertyhttp://www.catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/property-management/

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Thank You!

Jeff Bohrer, M.S., P.E.Director of Property Management and Real Estate513-421-3131 x6602jbohrer@catholiccincinnati.orghttp://www.catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/property-management/