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A Study on the Development of Asset-Database for Efficient Asset Management of Public Buildings
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Development of Asset-Database for Efficient Asset Management of Public Buildings
Park, Hye-Mi; Seong, Nam Chul; Kim, Jee-Hern;
 
 Abstract
In this study, it proceed with resister establishment of public building as social property for effective asset management. Public building asset management plan for resister establishment is structured three step. First step is fundamental basic studies that they are classification of building structural elements, statement of building asset, registration of information data and database establishment. As a result, main problems of data in case of public buildings had begun to lost of information for example, missing backup copy and insufficiency of data storage. so, it is necessary to establish technical resister for effective building asset management. It has to consider level of service, risk management, strategy of maintenance in public building asset management plan. It will discuss to make up for the weak points to establish technical resister and to plan the other buildings asset management based first step as fundamental basic in the further study.
 Keywords
Public Facility;Public Building;Asset Management;Asset Database;
 Language
Korean
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