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Condition Surveys and Asset Data Capture (BG 35/2012)

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This guide replaces Condition Survey of Building Services AG 4/2000 and is aimed at those who have the responsibility for maintaining buildings. Maintenance is vital to ensure a building can operate in accordance with its core function.

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This guide replaces Condition Survey of Building Services AG 4/2000 and is aimed at those who have the responsibility for maintaining buildings.

Maintenance is vital to ensure a building can operate in accordance with its core function and also plays an important role in reducing carbon emissions from buildings. A condition survey will document and assess the state of each individual item of a building's assets.

Condition Surveys and Asset Data Capture outlines the benefits of having a good knowledge of assets and describes how by having a greater understanding of their condition, they can be maintained in a more efficient and economical way. Regular condition surveys and asset data capture will help the maintenance and facility management staff plan for future maintenance, replacement and refurbishment needs.

This guide delivers practical advice on the most suitable type of survey, how to do the survey, and how to undertake non-destructive testing and grading. Editable Word versions of the checklists are attached to the pdf of this guide, and are available as a free download to anyone purchasing a hard copy of the guide.

Please note there has been an amendment to the original PDF download - Please click on Amendments and corrections for more details. The PDF download is now correct.

This publication is also available as part of the Building Maintenance Set

Publication details

AuthorsBell R, Harris J
PublisherBSRIA
ISBN9780860227069
No. of pages44
Number of books in set1
Date publishedJanuary 2012

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