Every public sector building is unique and requires a strategic facilities management program to ensure it can meet its mission and its users’ needs. Amidst competing priorities, pressure to work within budget constraints, and lack of access to qualified labor, government agencies across the board — from federal to state and local/municipal agencies — grapple with the challenge of runaway deferred maintenance.
Whether extensive deferred maintenance results from budget cuts, disruption due to the pandemic, or lack of resources, the time is now to handle deferred maintenance and put in place a strategic facilities management program tailored to the unique needs of the government.
Getting a handle on years of deferred maintenance can seem like a daunting task. From knowing where to begin, prioritizing a seemingly unending list of tasks, and understanding the financial investment required, facilities teams may feel ill-equipped to tackle a list of long overdue maintenance tasks.
Learn the 5-step approach to address deferred maintenance, reduce the backlog, mitigate risk and address major facility problems.