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Facility Management Plan

A Facility Management Plan is a site-specific plan that integrates onsite factors that need to be considered to manage and mitigate risk associated with commercial real estate assets. A Facility Management Plan incorporates a review of onsite building systems, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, roofing, and building envelope, and adds the additional consideration of how the overall facility should be managed while occupied, and importantly, how to manage those building systems during a temporary vacancy or shut-down. Specifics may include HVAC and chiller settings to ensure proper load balancing to prevent mold growth and legionella blooms. The goal of the Facility Management Plan is to document onsite building systems and appropriate operation as a means of proactive loss prevention and the protection of our clients’ facilities.

What's Involved

Goal of the Facility Management Plan:
  • Define routine maintenance
  • Define maintenance that may be necessary during a temporary building vacancy or shutdown
  • System settings such as HVAC and chillers
  • Remaining useful life (RUL) of all major building systems
  • Overall system compliance with the original design/engineering intent
  • Compatibility with contiguous systems
  • Prioritized list of commissioning and/or repairs to be performed prior to re-occupancy
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Frequently Asked Questions

Having a Facility Management Plan helps ensure that buildings and facilities are well-maintained, safe, and efficient. It can also help reduce costs, improve productivity, and enhance the overall experience for users and occupants.

Building information: Details about the facility’s layout, systems, and equipment.
Maintenance plan: Schedules for preventive and corrective maintenance activities.
Life cycle analysis: Assessment of equipment lifespan and replacement strategies.
Sustainability measures: Practices to minimize energy consumption and environmental impact.
Emergency procedures: Plans for handling emergencies like fire, power outages, and natural disasters.
Budgeting and resource allocation: Financial planning for facility operations and maintenance.

To create a Facility Management Plan, start by conducting a thorough assessment of the facility’s current condition, needs, and resources. Then, develop strategies and protocols for managing and maintaining the facility effectively.

A Facility Management Plan typically includes information about maintenance schedules, emergency procedures, equipment inventories, budgeting, staffing plans, and more. It’s like a roadmap for managing a facility effectively.

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