Understanding the performance and remaining service life of facility assets can be challenging. This is especially true if you own multiple buildings or facilities across different geographies. Knowing a building’s assets can provide a benchmark to optimize life cycle costs and improve reliability of facility assets across an organization’s entire portfolio.
By establishing a roof asset management program, information pertaining to facilities components, such as roofs, enables owners to make better decisions and more complete budget forecasts with greater accuracy around decisions for repair or replacement/capital expenditures.
One of the most important parts of an asset management program is turning data into repairs and maintenance that will lead to fewer problems and longer system service life. This results in overall lower costs due to the expected savings from a longer system service life. Confidence is built by addressing facilities systems in order of true priority based on their accurately assessed condition.
This presentation will address the challenges and solutions for implementing a successful roof asset management plan.