This book provides the reader with the key multi functional engineering building blocks required for implementing proper Maintenance and Facilities Management. It is an accumulation of more than 30 years of ‘on the job’ multi disciplined general engineering knowledge and is a synopsis of the expert training gained. It has been written to assist Managers, Engineers, Tradesmen, Apprentice tradesmen or the D.I.Y. specialists.
Systems ‘know how’, increasing equipment efficiency, tight budget control, cost cutting implementation and freeing up capital are paramount to a business’s survival. By applying the practical principles and practices outlined, using hard and soft skills, a business and its personnel will quickly reap the benefits and rewards.
The ‘fundamental principles’ of Maintenance and Facilities Management are made very clear in this book. It is excellent reading for anyone involved in engineering.
Aidan McNabola – BEng – Engineering Director.
A ‘must read’- the book provides key engineering information and practices which, if implemented properly, will save many lives, prevent environmental & industrial accidents, assist in forensic engineering and save industry massive monetary losses per year.
Pat Reidy – Director – Dunreidy Engineering.
This book provides ‘what you need to know’ regarding the engineering back ground experiential knowledge and advanced skills that people should try to attain regardless of a person’s chosen engineering discipline.
Chris Speirs – Chem. Eng