Appointed by CBRE, REAMS was tasked with undertaking a non-intrusive asset verification and condition survey across the Aer Lingus, Dublin estate. The purpose of these surveys was to provide sufficient asset and technical data along with associated attribute information to allow for the population of the client’s CAFM system – CONCEPT.
Prior to project start, REAMS agreed all project procedures with the client, clearly setting out roles and responsibilities, objectives, deliverables, key documents, key timescales, communication channels, escalation procedures and reference procedures. Particular attention was given to the sensitivity of the estate, including areas such as air side security and disruption to the occupant. Reporting outputs were agreed with CBRE and Aer Lingus, to include condition and life cycle plans, photo reports and commercial advice.
The project was delivered utilising our ELIAS system; all existing and new data was mapped and loaded into the ELIAS system, incorporating the CBRE standard conventions along with those additional elements required under the maintenance standards and regimes advocated by Aer Lingus. Reporting focussing on operational criticality of assets, remaining lifespan, recommended action and five year cost planning.
Implementation of condition and criticality matrices
Assets verified against the client’s commercial bid
Individual site and portfolio cost and risk plans produced
Project management and swift data integration process
£5 million portfolio of project works were identified
A considerable number of additional maintainable assets identified