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Chapter 8 Maintenance And Construction
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Learning Objectives List and describe five maintenance operations Determine when to use on-site personnel or hire on contract basis Explain that manager should retain right to hire/fire Discuss need for ADA compliance Differentiate: competitive & negotiated bids and fast-track construction List steps to design preventative maintenance program Define life-cycle costing
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Basic Maintenance procedures Routine Maintenance Can consume up to 18% of budget Janitorial, landscape, sweeping Preventive Maintenance Regular Maintenance & Routine Inspections of building equipment HVAC Filters, Elevator & FLS
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Basic Maintenance procedures Corrective Maintenance When something breaks it must be fixed General repairs of building systems Very important for tenant relations New Construction Cosmetic Maintenance – designed to increase the marketability of the property Upgrading – more extensive Finish Out – from shell to “finish” Refurbished – when space is redecorated for a tenant as a condition of lease renewal
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Basic Maintenance procedures Deferred Maintenance When obvious repairs are postponed Curable Physical Depreciation or Curable obsolescence Deferred maintenance that is curable Most common – parking lots, landscape
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The Property Manager and Maintenance Personnel Resident Managers On-site Managers or Superintendents Coordinate all maintenance operations for the building May have to perform some minor repairs (residential) Reports to Property Manager
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