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Collateral Damage
Incidental costs associated with the failure of an asset, typically as a result of functional failure.


Examples
For example:
  • Our roof leaked and caused damage to the interior drywall in the units below the leak.

Causes
Collateral damage may be caused by controllable factors, such as:
Collateral damage may also be caused by uncontrollable factors, such as:
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Fig. Collateral water damage to ceiling tiles due to leak from overlying mechanical or roof asset.


I. Care spinning the wheel of misfortune to determine the consequences of deferred maintenance
Fig. I. Care spinning the wheel of misfortune to determine the consequences of deferred maintenance.


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