Existing Facility Audits
A facility audit is simply a comprehensive review of all a facility’s assets. Using a facility audit, a baseline of information about the components, policies, and procedures of a new or existing facility is created. This allows for a complete snapshot of the facility, component condition, and how the various systems operate.
Why Audit a Facility?
The primary objective of a facility audit is to determine the value of the facility, based on the age of each asset relative to the costs of replacing that asset. Facility audits are used as a tool to project future maintenance costs, allowing for an understanding on the viability of a project.
To complete a facility audit, all assets are examined, and all findings documented, including recommendations to increase the efficiency of a facility, reduce utilities and waste, and otherwise save money.