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Study and Assessment for Damages and Maintenance Management of Residential and Industrial Building | Review Article

Aaditya Pramod Ghag*, Rahul B. Kesarkar, in Journal of Advances in Science and Technology | Science & Technology

ABSTRACT:

Infrastructure Management is a major effort for employers and project managers in many countries with aging civic infrastructure. Due to the extensive shoot-ups and the disposal of such infrastructure and its associated costs it is virtually not easy to replace or cure all structures. There is a building to meet the user's time limit. The special purpose of maintenance is to exaggerate the bad life of the building through deterioration, decay and failure. Building maintenance management is the complex process of planning, directing, managing and managing resources for the livelihood of a building's functional operation. This research focuses on the most important form of management systems and reveals the state of the art. Seen through case studies, it is promising to make clear decisions due to structural strength monitoring in management systems, which are essential for profit owners struggling with limited resources. This paper focus on past research on repair maintenance managementBuildings are widely expanded in all over the world. So, its repair and maintenance is necessary for the safety, effective and economy of industrial building and as well as workers who are working in it. Maintenance involves operational and functional checks, servicing, repair and replacing of necessary devices, equipment, machinery, building infrastructure, and supporting utilities in industrial business, governmental and residential installation. In Residential building many defects are occurred such as cracks, vegetation, structural cracks in wall, defective flooring, paint, cracks on internal road, improper drainage, gap in shed, improper cutting, cracks in foundation of machine etc. The early stage damage identification and its remedial action on it will be save the time and cost of user