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Schedule Dashboard Repair Costs Date Mileage Source Details 11/05/2015 111,056 Johnson Lexus of Durham Maintenance inspection completed Washed/detailed Service Shops + Add Service Rate Service:
WORK EXPERIENCE APRIL 2013 TO DATE MAGNUM ENGINEERING AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS Repair and maintenance of Electronic circuit board systems, Repair of both single phase and three phase machines which includes, lathe, miller and guillotine machines.
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The business of multi-location facilities and maintenance management isn’t easy. Juggling a slew of responsibilities while staying within the constraints of a budget can be quite the challenge. More and more these days executives, directors and managers are being asked to do more with less, forcing them to make tough decisions about ways to cut costs while still maintaining the integrity of their locations. Understandably, this is causing some to falsely believe eliminating their HVAC preventative maintenance program or neglecting their PM schedule will assist in achieving their long-term cost cutting objectives. While this theory may have a hint of validity in respect to saving money in the short term, postponing maintenance activities to meet budget goals has the potential to be extremely costly in the long run. Whether you’re considering implementing an HVAC preventative maintenance program within your company, or your on the fence concerning eliminating or skipping out on the cadence of your current program, this article we’ll explain why developing and strictly sticking to an HVAC preventative maintenance schedule will do nothing but benefit your bottom line. In fact, it could save you thousands of dollars in unforeseen capital expenses (per location). What is HVAC Preventative Maintenance? Preventative maintenance is all about being proactive rather than reactive. Instead of dealing with the costs and repercussions of issues such as a major capital asset failures after they happen, you’re working to prevent those problems from occurring in the first place, or at the very least severely delay them. Brushing your teeth is a great everyday analogy to highlight this mindset. Each morning and night (let’s hope) you take a few minutes to pick up your toothbrush and scrub your teeth. You do this to not only for minty fresh breath, but to also prevent the development of plaque and decay. This investment of your time in the short term can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars on dental work inevitably caused by neglected care. The same thought process holds true for your HVAC assets. Here are three ways spending the time and money to consistently maintain and manage your equipment will save you and your company in the long run. Asset Lifespan First off, your HVAC assets aren’t cheap. More importantly, they are critical components to keeping your customers and fellow employees comfortable and happy. With that, the ultimate goal is to keep your equipment running for as long as possible. Working against you is the natural wear and tear hours of mechanical operation brings. Belts and bearings wear down and filters clog up. These, along with other areas of wear and tear, lead to your HVAC equipment having to work much harder and longer to create the same amount of heating and cooling. The longer and harder the equipment has to work, the more the integrity of the equipment depletes. This perpetual and vicious cycle will continue until the equipment eventually burns out and fails resulting in heating or cooling “downtime.” This major headache can cost your business unforeseen profits if you need to close down shop, and a lot of money in repairs and replacement. While it is impossible to completely avoid emergency repair situations, an HVAC preventative maintenance program can pinpoint inefficiency issues or potential problems which could lead to a failure. This gives you the opportunity to resolve a minor issue before it turns into a major (and very costly) one. The process of regular “check ups” and minor repairs could extend the life of your equipment anywhere between 8-15 years adding up to thousands and thousands of dollars in savings over the long haul. Improved Air Quality Ensuring the comfort of your customers and your employees is a large portion of a facilities and maintenance manager’s responsibilities. Properly and consistently controlling internal environment variables means a happier, more comfortable customer and employee potentially leading to a better customer experience and larger profits (especially for the retail industry). Air quality is one of the more important interval environment variables that needs to be monitored and controlled. According to the EPA, indoor air can sometimes be more polluted than ambient outdoor air. This is a frequent occurrence in situations where HVAC assets have not been properly managed. An HVAC system is responsible for the air circulation and quality within an indoor atmosphere. Lack of proper maintenance can lead to dirty coils, filters and blower parts within a unit. This degradation paves the way for irritants such as pollen, bacteria, and fungi (mold is also a large issue in humid climates) to pollute the air. Regular changing of the filters and cleaning of the components should be a part of your HVAC preventative maintenance program and schedule. These activities significantly reduce the possibility for contamination. Energy Savings According to the New Building Institute, “best HVAC preventative maintenance practices can reduce energy use by 10 to 30 percent. In contrast, poor maintenance practices can increase energy use by 30 to 60 percent.” Your HVAC system is a major contributing factor toward your overall energy bill over the course of the year. As the dreaded natural wear and tear processes occur within a system, inevitably the efficiency of the equipment begins to diminish. As the system becomes less and less efficient, it must work harder and harder to produce the same level of heating and cooling within the building, even during light usage. This increase in work forces the system to demand more power. Let’s use a loose fan belt as an example. A loose belt means the fan won’t be working at full capacity and can cause improper air flow throughout the building. What seems like a minor issue means the fan will have to work for a much longer period of time in order to
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Columbus, OH Title #1805221747 Title issued or updated First owner reported Metro Lexus Cleveland, OH 216-916-6000 metrolexus.com Maintenance inspection completed 10,000 mile service performed Tires rotated Steering/suspension checked Tire condition and pressure checked Body lubricated Fluids checked Electrical system checked Antenna replaced Brakes checked Oil and filter changed Air filter checked Ohio Motor Vehicle Dept.
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Aston, PA June 2009 – November 2012 Equipment Technician Responsible for upkeep of all environmental equipment for Eagle Instruments including preventive maintenance and emergency repair.
YV1VS29512F853589 Cambridge, MA Title #AX840463 08/05/2003 4,119 Boston Volvo Village Allston, MA 6175601700 bostonvolvo.com Fluids checked Oil and filter changed Tire condition and pressure checked 08/05/2003 4,156 Massachusetts Inspection Station Cambridge, MA Passed safety or emissions inspection 07/13/2004 8,180 Boston Volvo Village Allston, MA 6175601700 bostonvolvo.com 7,500 mile service performed Washed/detailed 08/12/2004 9,343 Massachusetts Inspection Station Cambridge, MA Passed safety or emissions inspection View what was inspected View what was inspected 06/20/2005 12,440 Honda Village Newton, MA 6179658200 hondavillage.com Vehicle serviced 08/22/2005 14,336 Massachusetts Inspection Station Cambridge, MA Passed safety inspection Passed emissions inspection 12/02/2005 16,318 Boston Volvo Village Allston, MA 6175601700 bostonvolvo.com Washed/detailed 08/30/2006 16,979 Massachusetts Inspection Station Cambridge, MA Passed safety inspection 02/01/2007 Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Dept. Cambridge, MA Title #AX840463 View what was inspected View what was inspected Registration issued or renewed Registration updated when owner moved the vehicle to a new location Vehicle color noted as Black 05/01/2007 17,286 Boston Volvo Village Allston, MA 6175601700 bostonvolvo.com 22,500 mile service performed Washed/detailed 08/13/2007 17,400 Massachusetts Inspection Station Cambridge, MA Passed safety inspection Passed emissions inspection 18,551 Florida Motor Vehicle Dept. Tampa, FL Title #0100747444 Title issued or updated Vehicle color noted as Black 05/23/2008 View what was inspected 06/09/2008 Volvo of Tampa Tampa, FL 8138852717 volvooftampa.com A/C and heating temperature control checked Oil and filter changed Washed/detailed Wiper(s) replaced 12/19/2008 Florida Motor Vehicle Dept. Tampa, FL Title #0100747444 Registration issued or renewed Titled or registered as personal vehicle Vehicle color noted as Black 01/12/2009 Volvo of Tampa Tampa, FL 8138852717 volvooftampa.com Engine electrical system checked Four wheel alignment performed Oil and filter changed Washed/detailed Wheels checked 04/29/2009 Volvo of Tampa Tampa, FL 8138852717 volvooftampa.com Maintenance inspection completed Engine checked Washed/detailed 09/14/2009 Volvo of Tampa Tampa, FL Maintenance inspection completed Oil and filter changed https://www.carfax.com/api/consumers/42907923/report/email/010570797a30a021aa4d81d7d712f6b113118b1b86f0b0dda995f563810716ef76d66218b2331fe7 3/6 10/24/2016 CARFAX Vehicle History Report for this 2002 VOLVO S40 1.9T:
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Lessor hereby agrees to lease to Lessee, and Lessee hereby agrees to lease from Lessor, upon the terms and conditions specified in this Agreement the electric bicycle specified in the Order Details (together with all parts, including the RIIDE LOCK, and all replacements, repairs, additions, accessions and accessories incorporated therein and/or affixed thereto, and all related operating manuals, maintenance records and similar information, collectively, the “RIIDE BIKE”).
Assisting in the IT Operations on-board a Solstice Class vessel with a focus, but not limited to Technology and IT Equipment in Guest / Crew staterooms including on site and remote troubleshooting of the ITV and IPPBX systems / Basic network component assembly and installation / 24hr desktop support on critical issues / 1st level support for all network PC’s, peripherals iCafe workstations (both Mac and PC) and Digital signage / Embarkation setup, maintenance and breakdown / Inventory control / General user support based on helpdesk reporting and ticketing system.
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An „engineering order“, issued for the customer specified airplane to the customer specified maintenance, repair and overhaul station.