Maximising Value of Your Assets: Establish the Scope of Services (Pt 1)

One of the key elements to managing assets is to apply a systematic approach to managing building performance to meet the service delivery requirements. These maintenance requirements can all be influenced by, and benefit from, a disciplined and outcome focused condition assessments.

The Maintenance Management Framework Building Condition Assessment (MMFBCA) suggests a framework for conducting such condition assessments – the initial, and the most important stage of which is in the “Scoping of the Services”.

Topics covered

In part one of this webinar series, we will specifically investigate this important stage and establish how having clear definition around the scoping of these services can lead to condition assessments that are carried out in context of

  • the asset’s residual life;
  • the changing nature of the service levels required; and
  • the cost and risk appetite of the organisation.

We will be drawing from the Queensland Government Maintenance Management Framework, (MMF) and the Building Asset Performance Framework (BAPF) to explore the possibilities and options to ensure that asset performance is aligned with the service delivery requirements.

In part 2, we will delve into the Actions from the assessment, which will be available in early 2022.

Key learning outcomes

Part 1: Scoping of Services.

  • Data requirements to inform the condition assessments
  • Focus on the critical building elements
  • The role of condition monitoring
  • Establishment of residual life in the context of future demand
  • Tailoring the assessment based on asset class and levels of service

Part 2 (in 2022): Actions from the Assessment.

  • Technical methods for assessment of different elements
  • Data collected during the assessment
  • How to inform and improve maintenance and remedial works

Who should attend?

No knowledge of the topics is assumed; participants with prior experience may find the webinar useful to refresh and extend their knowledge.

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Webinar facilitator

Liam Stitt

UQ Business School

QTC workshops offer a wonderful opportunity to either expand or refresh your current knowledge in small focused workshops.

Liam is a Value Chain and process improvement practitioner.His principal strengths are in developing strategic concepts, and translating these visions into reality. His ability to competently mix strategic understanding with operational drivers has been built around his formal trade and professional training.His underlying expertise is in Change Management and Business Improvement, and has been predominantly delivered within project, construction and asset value chains working across numerous industry sectors.

Liam has 40 years-experience working, consulting, and facilitating training workshops in the fields of Asset, Project, Construction and Supply Chain Management.

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