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Title: Facility degradation and prediction models for sustainment, restoration, and modernization (SRM) planning
Authors: Grussing, Michael N.
Keywords: Sustainment Management System (SMS), prediction models, facility life cycle, condition assessment
Installation Technology Transition Program (ITTP)
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Technical report
This report describes the process for integrating the BUILDER Sustain-ment Management System (SMS) condition life cycle and prediction analysis capabilities with condition assessment information from the Army Installation Status Report for Infrastructure (ISR-I) program to create BUILDER life-cycle condition models. It expands upon previous efforts to integrate the two systems with a common building component and assessment data framework. This framework is based on the ASTM International UniFormat II classification system elements used to integrate the ISR-I facility components for 63 booklets with BUILDER inventory items. The framework developed in previous work provides the foundation for comprehensive engineering analysis in support of common system func-tionality between BUILDER and ISR-I. The Army uses ISR-I data and analysis to determine current requirements for facilities. Prediction capabilities allow for better planning for future requirements. This combination provides comprehensive tools and metrics for program-level prioritization of facility management funds for optimal benefit to Army readiness. Prediction model integration was analyzed under the US Army Installation Technology Transition Program (ITTP). The objectives of this demonstration project were to (1) identify a process to transfer ISR-I condition-rating data to BUILDER and (2) use that condition data to compute life-cycle condition metrics.
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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