C.M.C. & B-Infodoc
The Centralized Maintenance Control (C.M.C.) tool is a scalable software for encoding a detailed inventory of the technical installations of buildings in a database and generates an interactive result. The software helps assess the technical condition of buildings for example in accordance with the Dutch standard NEN 2767, while an aging curve and defects list can be used to positively influence the service life of the installation or components. The findings of operation and condition are recorded to assess whether maintenance and periodic replacement of equipment are at the latest state of the art. The final score of the equipment, based on their status and operation allows editing a list of priority actions that can be easily budgeted. These results can be used as an advisory report to a technical department for the management and maintenance of its installations, but also as the basis for a long-term maintenance contract or a performance agreement.
C.M.C. offers a generic solution, suitable for both mechanical and electrical installations. C.M.C. fully meets the decomposition hierarchy defined in Part 4 of NEN 2767. As such, a structure is categorized into three levels: management object, element and building component. Once a material class is specified, the defects are categorized under the building component and a score is awarded. Each installation component can be further specified as regards the manufactured product, type, capacity, serial number, and photos of the component. This provides you with a complete installation list with specifications.
B-InfoDoc is a concept based on the principle of Web servers (server technology or not). This concept brings together the technical documentation in various formats (PDF, notes, photos, files). Its main purpose is to present this information in an intuitive form and geographically structured. B-Infodoc can be used to generate reports at all levels and to make various selections or filters for certain locations, management objects or scores. These reports can then be used for budgeting purposes (Opex & Capex) within the smart Cost Model and/or for defining the building value and the Maintenance & Repair performance requirements of an EPC Contract (smartEPC).
Examples of specific reports include:
- Defects lists including photos
- Overview of the installation by building component, including all specifications and defects
- Condition scores list
- Export to MS Excel, for example.