TECHNE 9 (2015): Architecture for health and education
Research and Experimentation

Streamlining of maintenance facilities for the university real estate

TECHNE 9 (2015): Architecture for health and education
Published April 24, 2015
Keywords
  • Management,
  • Maintenance plan,
  • Quality,
  • Streamlining
How to Cite
De Medici, S., & Senia, C. (2015). Streamlining of maintenance facilities for the university real estate. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (9), 267-273. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-16130

Abstract

In Italy, the management of public real estate is the object of a conceptual revisiting with one single common denominator: the increase of quality, meant as the degree of responsiveness to the use needs. This goal requires adding to technical skills - of he who designs and produces works - organizational and managerial competences - of he who designs and produces services - supported by procedures for measuring and monitoring the performance of the services supplied. Assuming as a pilot case the University of Catania, the research has developed a system for planning and control of maintenance services, which aims to increase the quality in managing real estate for University education. This system, patented in 2012, is able to streamline the maintenance services in relation to use needs.

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