Although guests may not see certain parts of the facility, inspecting unseen areas are still integral steps in an effective preventative maintenance program. Depending on the specific type of maintenance, preventative maintenance can contribute big savings to your organization’s bottom line. By some estimates, savings at least could be as high as 18 percent, but […]Read More..
Predictive maintenance might sound scary, but every Facilities Manager needs to know these few things to help make it less frightening Predictive maintenance is associated with a 25-percent increase in employee productivity, as well as 70 percent decreases in asset breakdown, and an overall reduction in maintenance costs of up to 25 percent, reports Deloitte. […]Read More..
The decision to embrace advisory services, smart building solutions and analytics can be implement easily efficiently and with less stress. Analytics can help Facilities Managers meet the increasing demands of customers, reduce facilities spend, and keep stakeholders happy. Unfortunately, the path to analytics includes the need to retrofit facilities, and Facilities Managers lack the time […]Read More..
The reason for implementing an effective preventive maintenance program is clear; preventive maintenance has both short-term and long-term savings. However, implementing such programs can be complicated, and developing a preventive maintenance program is much more than just distributing a list of duties to team members. Rather than getting lost and confused during the process, follow these steps to help […]Read More..
Using analytics in retail Facilities Management is a no-brainer, but such actions lack value when not tracking the right KPIs. Retail is under tremendous pressure and one of the most competitive industries in existence. According to the National Retail Federation, retail supports 25 percent of American jobs, and there are more than 3.79 million retail […]Read More..
In times of distress, decreasing the Facilities Management budget might seem like the logical step in corporate priorities, but it is also possible through analytics while keeping the facility in top-notch shape. The Facilities Management budget is often the first place executive-level leaders start to cut down on spending. However, analytics has the potential to […]Read More..
Using predictive maintenance is an effective way to reduce facility risks for all occupants, regardless of industry. Maintenance in your facility is inevitable, and depending on the amount of time that passes between identifying an issue and correcting it, the costs associated with maintenance can soar. However, facilities how implement predictive maintenance as part of […]Read More..
Your facilities preventative maintenance program can extend the life expectancy of your costly equipment and help prevent premature failure. However, facilities managers just entering this realm may not fully understand how simple misunderstandings can lead to big problems in the program. So, let’s look at the top mistakes and how to avoid them when creating […]Read More..
Reactive maintenance costs companies thousands more than the costs of making repairs as they are needed. Companies that have not taken advantage of proactive maintenance face costs equal to the squared cost of making original repairs, but today’s companies face added pressure to reduce capital spending, operate within pattern margins, and produce more results. Facilities […]Read More..
Reliability centered maintenance (RCM) is a way of looking at maintenance through proactive lenses. However, Facilities Managers must always stay vigilant against reactive maintenance. Face facts; things can and do break down, even with the most stringent of maintenance schedules. Therefore, Facilities Managers need to take the time to understand the whole RCM picture, including […]Read More..