My name is David Heatherly and I have been managing both commercial and residential buildings for over 20 years. This blog is about facilities, buildings both residential and commercial and all of the things that go into them now and in the future.

I have been involved in everything from site acquisition, lease negotiation, city permitting, managing the design team, as well as hiring and overseeing the construction sites both small and large. I am starting this blog as a way to give back the mentoring I have received over the years from many friends.

Member of the International Facility Management Association.

I am available for consulting facility management, project management, training in property maintenance,  city permit expediting, construction and asset management in the Southern California area.


3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Rob Goff  |  October 24, 2008 at 11:30 am

    Hi David.

    I noticed you carried a story about the Schlage Z-Wave. I thought you might also be interested in the ResortLock (www.resortlock.com). Like the Kaba Oracode, our ResortLock allows property owners to provide temporary access codes remotely. Unlike the Oracode, it starts at a much lower price and has no monthly fees.

    Anyway, just thought you might be interested in sharing with your readers. Here is a link to our press release: http://resortlock.com/Press.html

    If you have any questions, feel free to call me at 303-317-3422.


  • 2. Rachael  |  February 6, 2009 at 9:43 am

    Hi David,
    Any interest in doing an interview with Super Eco? I’d love to talk to you more about green building materials.

    Send me an email if you have time.
    Happy Friday!

  • 3. Domingo Correa  |  February 17, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Send me an email. I’d love to catch up with you.


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