Making the best use of an organisation's assets in an ever-changing environment while managing the diverse demands of internal and external stakeholders is a massive challenge.
We work with you to ensure that your assets and facilities are being properly managed for optimum performance, durability and value for money.
Providing you with a comprehensive understanding of your assets' performance and identifying critical and strategically important assets.
Optimising the performance of your assets and achieve your strategic and business objectives.
Optimally manage your assets throughout its life cycle to ensure that they are financially sustainable and meet service delivery needs.
Ensuring your maintenance priorities align with your organisational, strategic objectives and service delivery needs.
Understanding the data - giving clarity on what property data you need to collect and measure to understand performance.
Establish the optimum structure and governance arrangements to manage your asset portfolio.
Amana Living is one of Western Australia’s largest providers of residential aged care services. SAFM Solutions were engaged to provide Amana Living with Building Condition Reports for 29 facilities to determine an elemental condition rating for each of the assets.
SAFM Solutions developed a detailed condition rating proforma customised to assess key building criteria including building compliance, building fabric, services and fitout.
A detailed Condition Assessment Report was prepared for each facility as well an overarching Portfolio Summary Report which projected the forward 10-year asset maintenance and capital expenditure profile.
As a result, Amana Living has real asset intelligence data on each of their facilities and a reliable baseline to budget for property maintenance, building compliance upgrades and capital works improvement programs.
Whether you're looking for intelligent advice on managing your property portfolio or you are interested in collaboration, please get in touch.
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