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Cycles

An interval of time during which a repeated event or sequence of events occurs. A single complete execution of a periodically repeated sequence of events.  

For example:



Types of Cycles
Listed below are the common types of cycles in the goveranance and operations of a building:
  • Meeting cycles
  • Budgeting cycles
  • Project cycles
  • Maintenance cycles

Type of Cycles
There are many different types of cycles, some of which are listed below:
Two dependent cycles (A and B) that intersect every 10 years.
Fig. Two dependent cycles ("A" and "B") that intersect every 10 years.

Overlapping intervals used to illustrate the cycles of maintenance on an asset.
Fig. Overlapping intervals used to illustrate the cycles of maintenance on an asset.


Some of the cycles associated with asset management
Fig. Some of the cycles associated with asset management.

See also:


Seasonal maintenance including winterizations and summerization activities
Fig. Seasonal maintenance including winterizations and summerization activities.



The interaction of the budgeting and financial cycles represented graphically on an annual timeline
Fig.  The interaction of the budgeting and financial cycles represented graphically on an annual timeline.


I Care is juggling various cycles (seasonal, fiscal, meetings, maintenance and renewals)
Fig. I. Care is juggling various cycles (seasonal, fiscal, meetings, maintenance and projects).

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