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Posted on March 18, 2016

Existing Buildings

When it comes to asset risk management, it can be easy to find ourselves on one of the two ends of the spectrum of worry: pure panic or blissful denial. But neither of these outlooks help us make rational decisions about our assets. Instead, we need to understand the factors at play and make a reasonable assessment […]

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Posted on January 22, 2016

Existing Buildings

If we all had crystal balls, asset management would be easy. But without mystical items of premonition, it falls to asset managers to adequately plan ahead and to know the warning signs of asset failure. Discover the tools available to help you avoid the shock of asset replacement and minimize your risks. Did you know […]

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Posted on February 17, 2014

Existing Buildings

When it comes to maintenance there can often be confusion. Are we required to maintain our building assets to simply reach their expected life? Or are we maintaining to extend their lives somehow?

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Posted on March 18, 2016

Existing Buildings

When it comes to asset risk management, it can be easy to find ourselves on one of the two ends of the spectrum of worry: pure panic or blissful denial. But neither of these outlooks help us make rational decisions about our assets. Instead, we need to understand the factors at play and make a reasonable assessment […]

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Posted on January 22, 2016

Existing Buildings

If we all had crystal balls, asset management would be easy. But without mystical items of premonition, it falls to asset managers to adequately plan ahead and to know the warning signs of asset failure. Discover the tools available to help you avoid the shock of asset replacement and minimize your risks. Did you know […]

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Posted on February 17, 2014

Existing Buildings

When it comes to maintenance there can often be confusion. Are we required to maintain our building assets to simply reach their expected life? Or are we maintaining to extend their lives somehow?

More+