Real estate departments and facility management teams have long been under pressure to contribute to the bottom line through cost savings.
As companies continue facing budget challenges, they must consider better ways to manage operational dollars, particularly in maintenance.
Under this strain, one must make critical decisions: As an owner, should money be spent to perform proactive maintenance now? Or is it less expensive to run systems longer, and until systems fail? Should organizations invest in equipment condition monitoring devices and monitor equipment conditions?
David Auton, Senior Director of Engineering and Maintenance, delves into the essential steps and approach to develop a Proactive Maintenance Strategy; defining fundamental areas of focus and the value gained once your program is in place.
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