I-Web Documentation Part VI – Work Items National Facility Engineering Meeting, Portland OR, April 28 – May 1, 2008 FACILITY CONDITION SURVEY TEAM Steve Oravetz PE, R1 (Team Leader) Bruce Crockett, R1 Randy Warbington PE, R8 Jim Morrison, R3
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National Facility Engineering Meeting, Portland OR, April 28 – May 1, 2008
FACILITY CONDITION SURVEY TEAM
Steve Oravetz PE, R1 (Team Leader) Bruce Crockett, R1
Randy Warbington PE, R8 Jim Morrison, R3
Steve Hodges, R3 Mark McDonough PE, SRS
National Facility Engineering Meeting
Note: Remember Real Property Surveys Can Be Entered
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BLDWK03JRL REPORT – Provides List of All Work Items For A Building
Name: TASK TYPE
Definition:The type of work being completed. It either is annual maintenance, deferred maintenance, or capital improvement.
1. Annual Maintenance. Work performed to maintain serviceability or repair failures during the year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance performed in the year in which it is scheduled. Unscheduled or catastrophic failures of components or assets may need to be repaired as a part of annual maintenance. Annual maintenance may include repairs, preventative maintenance, and cyclic maintenance.
2. Deferred Maintenance. Maintenance that was not performed when it should have been or when it was scheduled. When allowed to accumulate without limits or consideration of useful life, deferred maintenance leads to deterioration of performance, increased costs to repair, and decrease in asset value. Deferred maintenance needs may be categorized as critical or noncritical at any point in time. Continued deferral of noncritical maintenance will normally result in an increase in critical deferred maintenance. All work items default to DM in I-Web, users must select other task type when applicable.
3. Capital Improvement. The construction, installation, or assembly of a new fixed asset, or the significant alteration, expansion, or extension of an existing fixed asset to accommodate a change of purpose.
Definition: The reason that justified performing the work.
1. HEALTH AND SAFETY: Addresses a threat to human health and safety that requires immediate interim abatement or long-term permanent abatement.
2. RESOURCE PROTECTION: Addresses a threat or risk of damage, obstruction, or negative impact to a natural or cultural resource. All work items default to this reason, user must select other reasons when applicable.
3. FOREST MISSION: Addresses a threat or risk to carry out the mission of the organization. Needs are related to administration and providing services (transportation, recreation, grazing, etc.) and are not covered by Health and Safety reasons or Resource protection.
Name: WORK ITEM PRIORITY
Definition: The priority of the task to be completed.
or Standard condition survey work items
Buildings Work Item Data Dictionary