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Title: Development of the PAINTER Engineered Management System
Authors: Marshall, Orange S.
Keywords: Military bases -- Maintenance and repair -- Data processing
Management information systems
Painting, Industrial -- Management -- Data processi
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Technical Report (Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.));no. FM-94/15
Abstract: PAINTER is an Engineered Manaacment System (EMS) designed to: (I) help schedule and maintain exterior painting of military facilities, and (2) keep records on lead-containing paint on the interior of those facilities. The system includes an inventory procedure, a condition rating procedure, and tools to help installation managers determine, optimize, and prioritize paintin& maintenance and repair (M&R) requirements. PAINTER also generates reports that help facility engineers create both short- and long-tcnn M&R wort plans. The overall condition ratin& procedure is based on the Coating Condition Index (CCI), which is composed of two separate condition ratin&s: Che Appearance Condition lndc" and the Film Condition lndell. These indices form the basis for the other PAINTER EMS cnaincering tools, including condition prediction tools, economic analysis tools, prioritization and optimization models, project level and building complex level management tools, and paint history. This report describes the refinement of the CCI, and development and description of the other tools. Paint condition assessment procedures and recommended M&R actions for lead-containing paint in child-related facilities are included. This report also identifies the need for PAINTER training and provides a draft training outline.
Description: Technical Report
Gov't Doc #: USACERL Technical Report FM-94/15
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited
Size: 88 pages / 26.21 MB
Types of Materials: PDF/A
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