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Getting a handle on preventive maintenance for facilities includes looking at the past needs, present backlog, and future expectations.
A computerized maintenance management system has the potential to improve preventive maintenance dramatically. The manager of stadium operations of Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MD shares insights on how he and his staff are maximizing the power of theirs.
“One ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is certainly the case where a building’s roof is concerned, especially when it comes to being prepared for the harsh winter conditions.
While capital forecasting software can provide valuable insight, adhering to this list of exercises keeps FM departments in the best position for long-term planning.
To break the cycle of deferred projects and backlog buildup, facility executives have four options that can help them tackle the growing list of needs at many stages along the construction process.
A summary report of HVAC service provides insight that is useful to repair and replace plans.
Some fms may opt to keep waiting for a crystal ball that can predict equipment failures; the more realistic among them will instead opt for the crystal clear visibility into energy consumption.
Even a well designed upper tier rated data center requires a spot on preventive maintenance (PM) program to maintain its rating. Yet, the PM part of the equation is often omitted.
The magazine’s Facility Executive of the Year winner is recognized for his effort to transform his department at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus.
With temperatures topping 90˚F, air conditioning use is on the rise and cooling bills are hitting record highs.