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Bundling

Grouping of similar activities or tasks to achieve efficiencies and economies of scale. Bundles can be organized for both: 


Examples:

Listed below are some examples of maintenance bundles and renewal bundles:

  • Balconies-Fire:  Inspecting balconies when the annual fire inspection is carried out by walking through each suite when the fire alarm team is testing the field devices.
  • Doors-Membranes:  Replacing the balcony sliding glass doors when the balcony membranes are replaced.
  • Sealant-Painting:  Renewal of exterior sealant when the exterior walls are painted.
  • Fire-Painting:  Renewal of fire alarm initiating devices when interior walls and ceilings are painted.

Strategies
Bundles can be organized based on the following principles
Listed below are some bundling strategies:

Bundling of maintenance tasks to achieve optimal efficiencies and cost effectiveness.
Fig. The bundling of two different maintenance tasks to achieve optimal efficiencies and cost effectiveness.


The bundling of two capital projects that have a symbiotic relationship. In this example, a repiping project results in damage to interior finishes, resulting in an opportunity for a redecorating project.
Fig. The bundling of two capital projects that have a symbiotic relationship. In this example, a repiping project results in damage to interior finishes, resulting in an opportunity for a redecorating project.


Prioritization organized by coloured location tags
Fig. Bundling of similar tasks.


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