If you keep putting it off (and we all do), consider a few points:
– Are you performing repetitive repairs on the same fixed asset?
– Should the fixed asset register be completed/audited by a third party, removing any conflict?
– Is this affecting your depreciation schedule?
– Are the life terms of the equipment edited to the current year or month?
– Do you have active software that updates in line with daily activities?
– Has all new equipment been included?
– Is the obsolete equipment, which has been updated or replaced, included?
HVAC Mechanical Services | Fire | Electrical | Automation
We Tailor the depth, budget, scope, and parameters to meet your budget and goals, which you require from your fixed asset register.
Every Building and Facility has a different set of equipment and requirements from the results and ongoing upkeep of their fixed asset register. hence the cost will move, not just with different sites, but, at the same site depending on the depth and width of the asset register.
How do you want to use the information?
Are you seeking to understand the maintenance position you are now in and what you need to spend, and when?
Is the Commercial Property going to be sold, and you’re interested in creating a maintenance management regime?
Have you recently discovered issues of considerable concern and seek to ensure there are no more hidden “concerns” in the building?
Are you considering changing the management team and seek to understand any deficits or obligations which are remaining?
Understand your required outcomes has a bearing on the price and the detail in the final document. When we can understand your objectives, our focus moves to share that objective; hence the audit process has a clear direction and greater value for money.
Let’s look at a few of the variables:
Systems which required regular maintenance to be included, that is, Fire Systems,
Mechanical Air Conditioning Systems, main plant
Auto and fixed Doors, roller doors
Access Control Systems
Systems that are part of the Chatelles Windows
and many more
Let’s Look at the horizontal Parameters:
Expected Life term
Model, serial number,
Date of installation
Cost at Installation
The estimated cost to replace (including building works)
Remaining life term
Maintenance costs or parts
Energy Consumption (High, Medium, low, Very high)
Let’s look at the vertical parameters:
All Essential Services Equipment, including Portables, Fire Blankets etc, regardless of value
All equipment that has a maintenance agreement attached
All equipment with moving parts
All equipment which is energy consuming
All equipment above a benchmark financial figure
All Base Building Equipment
All common area equipment