deferred maintenance


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deferred maintenance

The postponement of maintenance for any reason, such as the need to keep equipment in full-time operation, the lack of funds for repair, or the unavailability of parts.
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Board member Anne Marie Levis said she was shocked by the amount of deferred maintenance Mahlum presented to the board.
But there's good news: Realistic strategies for addressing deferred maintenance do exist.
KEEPING ELECTRONIC DEFERRED MAINTENANCE RECORDS MEANS YOU DON'T HAVE TO SUBMIT REPEATED MANUAL REPORTS.
Without a stable funding commitment, planning for major deferred maintenance construction projects system-wide is nearly impossible, according to Faunce.
We've found utility programs often can't claim savings from deferred maintenance measures.
But if we can increase our energy efficiency, whether in new construction or deferred maintenance projects, we will.
Understanding the extent of the backlog is crucial to minimizing the volume of deferred maintenance and substantiating the need for funding.
I think some of what we've seen with Sarbanes-Oxley 404 implementation is, in fact, deferred maintenance on those systems.
3283 would provide agencies with a permanent source of funds to better address their maintenance backlog, and by making the program permanent, the act would provide agencies incentive to develop a system to track their deferred maintenance backlogs.
For too long this company deferred maintenance on its plant and equipment," says Amtrak president David Gunn.
remained weak because of lackluster industrial demand and deferred maintenance of U.
The property suffered from significant deferred maintenance issues.