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Chapter_11_Facility_Engineering_and_Maintenance

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Engineering and Maintenance Engineering and Maintenance Engineering – designing and operating a building to ensure a safe and comfortable atmosphere. Maintenance – the activities required to keep a building and its contents in good repair. HVAC – heating, ventilating and air conditioning. POM – Property Operation and Maintenance which details the costs of operating the E&M department.
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Maintenance Planned Implemented Recorded
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Hotel Life Span FF&E Reserve – funds set aside by management today for the future furniture, fixture and equipment replacement needs of a hotel. 1-3 years – low maintenance costs incurred 3-6 years – maintenance costs increase 6-8 years – refurbishment required, average maintenance costs incurred 8-15 years – minor renovation and refurbishment required 15 – 22 years – major renovation as well as refurbishment required 22+ years – restoration required; high maintenance costs incurred
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Renovation/Replacement Guest Rooms Food & Beverage Public Space Minor Renovation Drapes Lamps, shades Carpets Upholstered furniture Faucets Mattresses Carpets, chairs, reupholster booths
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