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Along with technological advancement in built assets and the emergence of big data, property facilities management has grown globally, the role extending from purely operational to one also encompassing a strategic discipline. Well-managed infrastructure in built assets enables organisations to function at their most efficient and effective level, achieving collaborations and offering real added value to the organisation’s core business and its core business objectives.
Students studying Property Facilities Management will develop the knowledge and skills required as a facility manager to enable them to lead, manage and maintain built assets so, as to best align with organisational objectives.
a) Compare various maintenance strategies and processes for property assets.
b) Develop strategies to mitigate risk to critical assets.
c) Establish and administer a register of assets, maintenance budget and calculate tax depreciation.
d) Apply whole of life cycle management plan for built assets to build value.
e) Implement quality control and due diligence to manage environmental and safety related issues related to property facilities.