Maintenance and Physical Asset Management Issues in Project Commissioning
AbstractThis study describes the review on maintenance related issues during design and construction stage within construction industry. The paper highlights the causes and errors made during design and construction stage and their impact during the operation/production/occupancy stage as well as the maintenance costs associated with it. The study identifies the mistakes in the working processes within design and construction stage leading to the errors that affect the durability, performance, reliability, maintainability, availability and safety of the systems. The paper presents a comprehensive review of the published literatures, journals, technical papers in the related areas in the construction field. The review highlights the new approaches and decision framework which link the designers and construction personnel that could reduce the errors and defects in construction which then lead to maintenance issues and asset management. The factors of accessibility, materials, design and documentation standardization have been discussed thoroughly for better understanding in improving maintenance and physical asset management in project commissioning.
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