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Fundamentals of Building Operation, Maintenance, and Management

Fundamentals of
Building Operation,
Maintenance, and



Fundamentals of Building Operation,Maintenance, and Management,Heating, Ventilating,Air-Conditioning,hvac,plumbing,Commissioning,TestingOperation and maintenance make up the largest portion of the economic and environmental life cycle of a building and have become primary considerations of building owners and operators. New directives and regulations governing energy use, sustainability, carbon emissions, indoor air quality, and systems performance have required an evolution in the knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain buildings. Although this course focuses on fundamentals, it presents sufficient detail to be useful to both recent students and experienced professionals Heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems and equipment are the primary focus of this course, as they account for a majority of operation and maintenance efforts. However, plumbing, electrical, and life safety systems, as well as other building systems are also presented. Charts, tables, and graphics provide easy and orderly reference to information and illustrate key ideas. Chapters describe concepts, define terminology, and discuss typical practices and procedures, project examples, and case studies.
Each chapter addresses a unique topic of interest to building professionals. Chapter 1 provides an overview of building operation, maintenance, and management. Chapter 2 discusses maintenance and management techniques and their application. Chapter 3 focuses on use and application of computerized maintenance management systems
(CMMS). Chapter 4 outlines several economic factors related to building operation and provides equations and examples to illustrate concepts described. HVAC controls, contractor start-up and hand-over procedures, and commissioning and testing are discussed in Chapters 5, 6, and 7, respectively. Chapters 8, 9, and 10 present risk assessment
procedures, greening facilities, and health and safety.

Table  of  content :

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Maintenance Techniques and Their Application
Chapter 3: Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMSs)
Chapter 4: Owning and Operating Costs
Chapter 5: Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Controls
Chapter 6: Contractor Start-Up and Handover Procedures
Chapter 7: Commissioning and Testing
Chapter 8: Risk Assessment and Emergency Preparedness
Chapter 9: Greening Your Facility
Chapter 10: Health and Safety


Fundamentals of Building Operation, Maintenance, and Management


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