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Last edited 03 Aug 2022
Life cycle maintenance
Maintenance Contracts, A guide to best practice for procurement (BG 66/2016), written by Karl Godfrey and Martijn Groen and published by BSRIA in November 2016, states: ‘Life Cycle Maintenance (LCM) is generally capital project work that is carried out in spans of 5 years where assets are renewed or replaced. Organisations generally plan for these activities and carry out projects depending on the condition of assets, business needs and the available budget over time.’
- BSRIA articles.
- BSRIA definitions.
- Condition monitoring.
- Design for maintenance.
- In-house or outsource maintenance.
- Maintenance and operational strategy.
- Planned preventive maintenance.
- Predictive maintenance.
- Proactive maintenance.
- Reliability centred maintenance.
- Run to Fail Maintenance.
- Scheduled maintenance.
- Unplanned maintenance.
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