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Project Description

Manchester Royal Infirmary

Manchester Royal Infirmary is part of a large PFI managed by Sodexo. It includes 215,000 metres of facilities and the Accident & Emergency Department sees around 145,000 patients each year.
There are approximately 120 buildings on the estate with an average of three floors/building and Activeplan is reverse-engineering floor plans into CAD drawings with unique spaces defined including the creation of a spatial database in the Cloud. This provides the “geography” to gather together the main assets that are supporting operations so each is referenced to the maintenance and lifecycle replacement activity.
The CMMS application used by Sodexo at MUH is Maximo with SFG20 and Activeplan has developed the workflow to populate Maximo with the Sodexo master asset types and related procedures, while managing the updates from SFG20 to accommodate any tailoring Sodexo has undertaken.
There is also the matter of assets and FF&E that are not regularly maintained, plus the performance specifications for each space. The spatial Asset Information Model (AIM) allows Sodexo to assign Room Data such as ADB, O&M information, plan and manage surveys, project information, compliance, variations and room booking.
Even though the buildings are existing, the Sodexo AIM follows BIM protocols and Sodexo can use Activeplan to manage the asset information elements of any new developments.

Project Details
  • Client: Manchester University Hospital
  • Date: 01/01/2009
  • Skill: Revit, AutoCAD, COBie
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