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Management Concepts
The Circle of Management
C. Performance of Facilities Maintenance—The How
D. Facilities Maintenance Accounting
E. Customers—Operations: Region or Zone VPs and
Controllers, District Staf, and Store Managers
F. Facilities Maintenance Stafng
G. Vendors
H. God is in the Details
i. you Can’t Manage What you Don’t See
J. Unit Code/Unit Cost
K. life Cycle of Building Components
L. Repair/Replacement Guidelines
M. reporting
n. “Fix it When it Breaks” Maintenance Program
O. Predictive and Preventative Maintenance Program
Q. Facilities Maintenance—necessary evil or Good?
A. Project Management
B. it Takes a Village
C. Customer Service
D. Communication
E. Organization
F. inspection of Properties and Projects
A. Sense of Duty
B. Our Building Component Management Company
C. Handling the Two Project Types
D. Project Tracking, Reporting, Database Entries,
and Meetings
Operations Department
A. needs
B. results
Appendices
A. Al Tierney’s resume
B. Corporate Maintenance and the P&L Report
C. Parking Lot > $25,000 Project Process
D. Board-Up Project Process
e. Unit Codes Form
F. Projects and Spending Tracking report
G. Capital Sub Budgets and Spending report
H. expense Sub Budgets and Spending report
i. Projects Timing Performance report
J. life Cycle Maintenance and repair Scheduled Tasks
K. Predictive and Preventive Maintenance Program
L. Delivering Efective Facility Management
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Retail Facilities Maintenance: The Circle of Management

Retail Facilities Maintenance: The Circle of Management

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The Circle of Management that addresses corporations’ facilities maintenance needs faces the deferred maintenance, emergency needs, and life cycle building component replacements that occur with the properties they do business out of. The facilities maintenance manager and staff dictate the application practices to be utilized for themselves and the vendors and contractors performing the required maintenance improvements. The processes and tools developed over my thirty years of experience are stated and explained.

What is the purpose of facilities maintenance? When do you need to get bids? When should you repair or replace a building component? How detailed do you need to be? What are the life cycles of the building components, and why does it matter? What reporting is required? What different type of maintenance programs are there? What is the best type of maintenance program and why? Is facilities maintenance a necessary evil or good? What do facilities maintenance project managers concern themselves with? What practices enable a vendor or contractor to be successful? How does the Operations Department initiate their needs for and respond to the results of facilities maintenance?

The Circle of Management that addresses corporations’ facilities maintenance needs faces the deferred maintenance, emergency needs, and life cycle building component replacements that occur with the properties they do business out of. The facilities maintenance manager and staff dictate the application practices to be utilized for themselves and the vendors and contractors performing the required maintenance improvements. The processes and tools developed over my thirty years of experience are stated and explained.

What is the purpose of facilities maintenance? When do you need to get bids? When should you repair or replace a building component? How detailed do you need to be? What are the life cycles of the building components, and why does it matter? What reporting is required? What different type of maintenance programs are there? What is the best type of maintenance program and why? Is facilities maintenance a necessary evil or good? What do facilities maintenance project managers concern themselves with? What practices enable a vendor or contractor to be successful? How does the Operations Department initiate their needs for and respond to the results of facilities maintenance?

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