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matrix that plots
the relationship (correlation)
between the condition
of facilities (or assets) and represents the data as a scatter plot.
In reference to buildings, it is also referred to as "Portfolio Criticality Matrix".
The primary purpose of the condition-priority matrix is to make informed decisions regarding the following:
The condition-priority matrix is comprised of two dimensions, as follows:
The Horizontal Axis
The horizontal (x-axis) is comprised of an index the following condition grades that establish the FCI-Distribution by Building:
The Vertical Axis
The vertical axis is organized into the following tiers that establish the MDI-Distribution by Building:
FCI (x) - MDI (y).
The Four Quadrants
Listed below are the four quadrants that make up the condition-priority matrix:
Listed below are the key steps in the methodology to derive and analyze the condition-priority matrix:
Listed below are the five patterns that may sometimes be discerned in the scatter plot data:
A. Types of patterns
B. Elements of the patterns
Listed below are the key steps in the methodology to derive and analyze the condition-age matrix:
Included below are some of the asset management principles to be considered relative to facilities in different locations on the condition-priority matrix:
Fig. Illustration of how the Facility Condition Index (FCI) is generated to develop the horizontal (x) axis of the matrix.
Fig. Three tiers of criticality on the Mission Dependency Index (vertical axis). For example, Condition of a Building represented on the horizontal axis and the age of buildings represented on the vertical axis.
Fig. Scatter plot of facilities mapped to the three tiered Mission Dependency Index (MDI) revealing the correlation between condition and priority.
Fig. The four MDI quadrants and the four corresponding action classes.
Fig. Sample of an array of facilities mapped on a grid with FCI along the horizontal axis and MDI along the vertical axis. Bi-variate matrix with condition on the horizontal ("x") axis and mission criticality on the vertical ("y") axis.
Fig. A sample of a condition-priority matrix for a large portfolio of facilities from different departments (identified by colour coding).
Fig. An example of a multi-variate matrix to plot relative condition, priority and backlog quantum.3D Matrix with condition (FCI) on the horizontal (x) axis, priority (MDI) on the vertical (y) axis and backlog quantum on the (z) axis. Each of the red bars represents one of the facilities in the portfolio.
Fig. I. Care is strategizing in order to efficiently and effectively allocate the limited resources across a portfolio of buildings with different mission criticality rankings.
Fig. Fire halls are typically deemed mission-critical within a civic portfolio.
Fig. Departments colour coded to reflect mission criticality rankings.
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