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Opportunistic Maintenance
A form of condition-based maintenance (CbM) where maintenance and replacement decisions are based on the state of the rest of the system.


Attributes
This approach shares some attributes with the cost efficiency of bundling
and piggy back.


Examples
Listed below are some examples of opportunistic maintenance:
  • We did not repaint our lobby this year as we are planning on doing a full redecorating project next year.
  • We had to shutdown our pool for cleaning so we decided to repaint the change rooms at the same time.
Bundling of maintenance tasks to achieve optimal efficiencies and cost effectiveness.
Fig. Bundling of maintenance tasks to achieve optimal efficiencies and cost effectiveness.


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



1  Roof renewal project
Fig. Exterior painting project    Fig. Roof renewal project.

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Fig.  Repiping project.               Fig. pool resurfacing project

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