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Facility Maintenance and Capital Planning

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: July-August 2009
Source: FutureAge Magazine


As long-term care communities get larger and more sophisticated, physical plant management and planning practices must improve as well. Preventive maintenance planning must be joined to planning for replacement of equipment and renovation of buildings, and incorporated into long-term capital planning at the highest level of management. Here is a look at the issues involved, and the dangers of paying too little attention to facilities management.

In the old days, a nursing home’s friendly maintenance man might have been able to react to and keep up with the physical plant requirements of a small, simple facility.

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