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Portfolio Average FCI
The aggregate of all FCI calculations divided into Portfolio CRV.


Purpose
The portfolio average  FCI provides the facility manager with the following:
  • To provide a high-level metric to ascertain the overall condition of the portfolio.
  • To enable the condition of individual buildings to be compared to the portfolio to assist in making resource allocation decisions.
  • To serve as a key performance indicator (KPI) for facility policy and decision making.


Examples
Listed below are some examples of portfolio average statements:

  • The facilities in our portfolio are, on average, in good condition, and the mission criticality is, on average, in the mid-range.
  • While we do have some facilities in excellent condition, the average condition of all facilities in our portfolio is in fair to poor condition.

Analysis
The portfolio average FCI can be applied to the following condition matrices:

Portfolio average FCI compared to the individual FCIs for a group of facilities.
Fig. Portfolio average FCI compared to the individual FCIs for a group of facilities.

Portfolio Average FCI on a 2D matrix alongside the MDI average.
Fig. Portfolio Average FCI on a 2D matrix alongside the MDI average. The facilities are, on average, in good condition, and the mission criticality is, on average, in the mid-range.

See also:

Average FCIs for different departments with a single portfolio.
Fig. Average FCIs for different departments with a single portfolio.

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