Higher Education 2021-09-17T16:15:53+10:00

 

Making Campus Facilities Information Management easy

with a single source of truth for all facilities information

Overcome information silos between disparate departments

The new decade brings many changes for academic facilities — including another ten years’ worth of documents and data to manage. Is your current information management system ready for the challenge?

You need an information management solution that is robust and ready for more. One that is highly configurable and able to deal with extensive legacy information in many formats, but also provides ease of access under secure, permissioned access for all parties.

The Search for Up-to-Date Documentation is Over

  • Automatically transitions comments & photos from maintenance to engineering departments

  • Eliminates printouts & offers instant access to asset information with mobile devices

  • Navigates & maintains the relationship between documents, CAD models & assets

  • Accesses accurate technical documentation within most major EAM system

  • Provides document version control to prevent users from working on an incorrect version

  • Ensures users have access to complete, up-to-date documentation related to work orders

  • Maintains the quality, accuracy, and completeness of data & metadata in a unified system

Let us introduce two world-class systems — Meridian and Lunr.

We invite you to learn more from our webinar and case study.

We have the resources to help:

Case Study

Highlights from case studies of organisations that have met similar challenges.

The link below, for Curtin University, shares details of their solution.

The Meridian solution is also in place at the University of Melbourne and Griffith University.

Blog

Here we review the basic core structure for document management to service higher education facilities.

We work with two products that implement this approach to provide a controlled environment for document management. Meridian and Lunr are configurable solutions catering for project and as-built lifecycles.

Webinar

BIM is becoming increasingly important to building owners and operators, including facility managers and universities.

In this webinar, we will take a close look at the needs of the Owner/Operator and explore how they can be addressed through BIM.

Case Studies

Document Control Processes with Curtin University

Curtin University in Western Australia promotes itself as Australia’s largest university, with multiple national and international campus locations, including Perth…

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Blog

Campus Facilities Information Management

Our experience with universities indicates that this can be delivered with a basic core structure for document management as shown in the diagram …

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Webinar – BIM for Facility Management

View The Recording – Duration: 60 Minutes

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is becoming more prevalent in organisations pertaining to architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC). BIM is also becoming increasingly important to building owners and operators, including facility managers and universities.

In fact, governments around the world are now mandating BIM use for public contracts and private clients are beginning to follow. This has led to the creation of a global standard (ISO 19650).

While BIM is widely used during construction projects, its real power lies in the end-to-end lifecycle management of a building.

Meridian and BIM

The construction industry has adopted 3D modeling and BIM as the standard, and BIM can benefit all stakeholders in the building lifecycle. However, the Owner/Operator is often not in the picture, causing them to miss important data required for facilities management, such as inspection requirements.

In this webinar, we will take a close look at the needs of the Owner/Operator and explore how they can be addressed through BIM.

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