What is Fixed Asset Management?

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Managing Immovable Assets

Newsletter – March 27 2015

The Management of Fixed Assets is a process of logic to guide the planning, acquisition, operation and maintenance, renewal and disposal of assets. Its objective is to maximize asset service delivery potential and manage related risks and costs over their entire lives. Through appropriate Asset Management, one would ensure that assets are capable of providing services of an agreed quality, in a sustainable manner for present and future generations. Asset management is implemented through an asset management program and typically includes a written asset management plan.

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Newsletter – October 28 2013

Maintenance projects with immediate health and safety related ramifications or business continuity implications should be categorised as "currently critical". Additional criteria might include the following: protecting the building envelope, increasing energy efficiency, updating aesthetics and boosting employee productivity and tenant retention/attraction.

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