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How well is your building equipped to meet your business needs this year? Next year? Five years from now? A multi-disciplinary assessment of your building will give you a definitive answer.
A Building Condition Assessment (BCA) is the first step to maintaining the health of your building. A BCA exposes the defects in building a and its system components and helps in deciding the maintenance/renewal activities that have to be carried out.
Here are the four P’s of Building Condition Assessment that tell you what you can gain from a detailed condition assessment:
Prioritizing items for renewal and maintenance based on their current condition is key for any facility. This is where a detailed Building Condition Assessment (BCA) comes into the picture. A BCA evaluates your assets and places the most urgent or critical components at the top of your list, whether that means carpet replacement or HVAC repair. A prioritized list also clarifies which assets are primary to your facility and which are secondary.
“A Building Condition Assessment gives you a much clearer image of the status of every component of your building. It helps you determine where to target investments. You may discover that replacing a whole set of sprinklers isn’t even required, and millions of dollars could be saved.” – Ashar Khan, Director of Building Sciences at Nadine International Inc.
The Key Takeaways
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