Effective Facility Management services are a key issue for a high-quality built environment, both in the public and private sectors. Within this context, an information management framework for the use phase of assets has been developed with the aim to streamline real estate management processes. The framework allows users to access and update at any time technical, administrative and maintenance data both at the building and at the district level. This allows for the integrated management of physical assets and enhances the risk prevention strategy.

Building and District Data Organization to Improve Facility and Property Management

Dejaco, Mario Claudio;Re Cecconi, Fulvio;Moretti, Nicola;Mannino, Antonino;Maltese, Sebastiano
2019

Abstract

Effective Facility Management services are a key issue for a high-quality built environment, both in the public and private sectors. Within this context, an information management framework for the use phase of assets has been developed with the aim to streamline real estate management processes. The framework allows users to access and update at any time technical, administrative and maintenance data both at the building and at the district level. This allows for the integrated management of physical assets and enhances the risk prevention strategy.
Digital Transformation of the Design, Construction and Management Processes of the Built Environment
978-3-030-33569-4
978-3-030-33570-0
Facility management (FM), Urban facility management (UFM), Building/district information model (BIM/DIM)
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