TRC-2019 Learning Zone 42:55

by Cory Randolph, Jacobs

This presentation is the summary of how an asset management roadmap was created and executed. Since each asset management plan needs to be tailored to the specific company/work site, the presentation starts with details about the NASA Ames facilities maintenance contract to provide context to where best practices were applied.

Next, we will see several projects from different (Uptime Elements) domain areas – CMMS, Asset Condition Management, Executive Sponsorship, etc. We will share a little bit of the real challenges faced as asset management professionals and a few lessons learned to hopefully encourage others. 

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