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Assessment Mix
The number or facilities, with a portfolio, that have received (or will receive) Facility Condition Assessments (FCAs) of different:
based on the appropriate assessment match for each facility.



Purpose
The purpose of the mix is efficiently manage limited budgets and to reflect that different facilities have different needs at different stages in their respective lifecycles.

The combination of different assessment matches.



Examples
For example a portfolio of four facilities may have the following mix, based on the available budget and other parameters
  • Facility A - Level-3 during assessment cycle 1
  • Facility B - Level-1 during assessment cycle 1
  • Facility C - Level-1 during assessment cycle 1
  • Facility D - Level-2 during assessment cycle 1

Matrix of assessment tools for vertical assets, linear assets and portable assets
Fig. Matrix of assessment tools for vertical assets, linear assets and portable assets.


Matrix of datas associated with each of the three classes of assessment
Fig. Matrix of datas associated with each of the three classes of assessment
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The alignment of the different types of assessments to each asset (the mix) and the register those that have been commissioned to date (the status)
Fig. The alignment of the different types of assessments to each asset (the mix) and the register those that have been commissioned to date (the status)


Cycles of assessments and re-assessments for PNAs, CNAs and FNAs over a 40-year planning horizon
Fig. Cycles of assessments and re-assessments for PNAs, CNAs and FNAs over a 40-year planning horizon.


Sample of an array of facilities mapped on a grid with FCI along the horizontal axis and MDI along the vertical axis

Fig. The assessment mix will sometimes depend on the mission criticality of some of the facilities within the portfolio.


Geographical (GIS) representation of the Facility condition index (FCI) across a portfolio.
Fig. Geographical distribution of facilities being reviewed on different assessment cycles.

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I. Care is figuring out the right balance of assessments for his assets, including: physical needs assessment (PNA), capital needs assessment (CNA) and functional needs assessment (FNA)
Fig. I. Care is figuring out the right balance of assessments for his assets, including: physical needs assessment (PNA), capital needs assessment (CNA) and functional needs assessment (FNA)

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