In order to implement a comprehensive management plan, it is essential to grasp the current status of the facility.
We offer various diagnoses (degradation diagnosis, seismic diagnosis, energy saving diagnosis, etc.), to analyze and evaluate the conditions of the facility.
In longevity plans for facilities, it is necessary to clarify the deterioration, as well as prioritize the works such as renovation, and to estimate the cost. We propose specific measures based on our expertise gained from building management.
We draft relocation plan not only based on deterioration and demands but also to reduce the number of facilities but improve or sustain the quality of public service. We support workshops promoting community development through joint cooperation between the residents and the local government.
A cross-departmental system that centrally manages “financial information” and “facility management information” related to the facility. Facility evaluation and calculation of life cycle cost will be available.
It is a portal site that centrally manages facility information such as inspection reports and construction history. Local government staff, our staff, subcontractors, and other relevant parties can share the information in real time.
It is a method of bundling works such as cleaning and maintenance of multiple facilities and outsource them to a private business as one contract.
It reduces staff’s workload, improves inspection quality and enables smooth information sharing.
In PFI projects and the designated administrator system, Nippon Kanzai has managed a number of public facilities of various uses.
Because of these track records, we can respond appropriately to our clients in comprehensive management of various public facilities.
We hold seminars to provide necessary knowledge for maintenance of public facilities and teach participants the proper way.
Participants can deepen their understanding of public facilities management by going through some examples of PFI projects.
Our staff offer practical training of inspection on buildings, so that local government officials can conduct daily inspections and simple deterioration diagnosis of facilities by themselves.
Participants can acquire knowledge and skills for inspection.
We are engaged in research and development projects on public facilities management.
Based on experience and expertise gained from these projects, we support local governments in creating a new system.