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1. BUILDING AUDIT PROGRAM OBJECTIVE

The primary objective of this program is to provide a building-by-b inventory and current list of building maintenance deficiencies. Th limited to the buildings for which the Department of Physical Facil budgetary responsibility. These audits will be used to establish c maintenance projects and budget cost estimates.

uilding is analysis is ities has orrective

2. BUILDING AUDIT APPROACH

A five-step procedure is used to meet the program objectives:

  • 1.

    Collect Historical and Inventory Data on each building.

  • 2.

    Interview Building Occupants.

  • 3.

    Perform a Building Inspection.

  • 4.

    Complete Building Evaluation Forms.

  • 5.

    Issue Written Report.

3. DATA

ORGANIZATION

The data collected is stored by hard copy with field notes in a bui established for each building. The report data is being stored in program that allows retrieval of specific data as it is needed. Th Evaluation" forms contain ratings for the condition of each buildin and a description of any deficiencies for those components. The "B Information" forms provide data on the utilities to the buildings a systems in each building.

lding file a database e "Building g component uilding nd the type of

4. COST ESTIMATES

Costs are for budgeting purposes only and are based on The Means St

andard

Construction Cost data, auditor experience, industry sources data. Costs are reported current to the year of the audit. component values assigned in the "Building Evaluation" forms estimates. These values are calculated from the replacement Office of Campus Planning and Space Utilization for each OSU

and OSU project cost The building are not cost cost provided by The building.

5. LIMITATIONS

(1) instrumen

All inspections are visual and do not include physical tests,

tation or metering measurements, sampling, or monitoring.

(2) are deeme

Only random typical offices or laboratories are entered.

Typical spaces

d to be representative of average conditions throughout each building.

(3) physical condition conforman

The scope of the analysis does not include complete OSHA, energy, or

impaired

access

study.

Buildings

and

components

are

inspected

for

and general safety requirements rather than specialized code ce.

(4) Ohio Divi

It is assumed that the buildings inspected were approved by the State of sion of Factory and Building Inspection at the time of construction.

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