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Facility Condition Assessment

Facility Condition Assessment

CLIENT Indian Health Services The intent of the Indian Health Services Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) was to provide a visual inspection of the existing conditions for all physical assets integral to the facilities throughout the tribal grounds. The information gathered from the individual FCAs was compiled to create a Multi-Year Maintenance and Repair Plan for …

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Facility Condition Assessment

Image provided by McKinstry CLIENT City of Racine The Concord Group was engaged by the City of Racine to conduct a Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) to provide a review of the existing conditions of the physical assets of the City of Racine, which will contribute to the development of a long-term, capital renewal budget. Mechanical, electrical, …

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Main Terminal, Facility Condition Assessment, MEP/Life Safety

Image Source=Self-published work by Americasroof CLIENT General Mitchell International Airport For years, Milwaukee County’s General Mitchell International Airport (MKE) has been working to lower costs and reduce its environmental footprint. Now, by developing a Sustainability Management Plan (SMP), to prioritize and coordinate those activities, the airport can actively support the social, environmental, and economic well-being of …

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Facility Condition Assessment

CLIENT Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians The intent of the Grand Traverse Band Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) was to provide a visual inspection of the existing conditions for all physical assets integral to the facilities throughout seventeen governmental buildings. The information gathered from the individual FCAs was compiled to create a Multi-Year …

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