ValuD: Can you perform condition-based maintenance with TRIRIGA?


Applying condition-based maintenance with IBM TRIRIGA helps to assess a facility’s or an asset’s performance, capture its lifecycle costs, and to identify necessary repairs and replacements. An integrated set of performance metrics of a facility’s condition is needed to predict when to repurpose, or renovate structures.

Building operations and maintenance managers are primarily responsible for assessing the condition of building components like roofs, air conditioning, walls, electrical, and communications. Forecasting facility conditions and predicting repairs before failure occurs, results in cost reduction. IBM TRIRIGA automates demand and preventive maintenance services to reduce the cost of maintenance operations.

TRIRIGA’s facilities and operations manager is an intense CMMS that enables organizations to manage their building assets and facilities over their lifecycle in order to reduce maintenance expenses. It provides condition-based facility assessments that help you to prioritize the areas for capital improvement and assists you in extending the life of your facilities and facility assets.

Condition-based maintenance features of IBM TRIRIGA

  • Improves the value and environmental performance of facility assets through the capture and classification of facility, building system and asset deficiencies…
  • Evaluates the required investment, energy and operating cost savings, and return on investment of each opportunity…
  • Automates the generation of work requests and capital projects to manage the remediation of deficiencies or implementation of environmental opportunities…

[Admin: This post is related to the 03.30.15 post about facility condition assessments (FCA). To see other related posts, use the ValuD tag.]

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