City Campus Herriot Watt W.P Putrajaya / Muhammad Faizul Md Rani ... [et al.]

Md Rani, Muhammad Faizul and Mohd Wahidi, Azrul Fitri and Abd Rahman, Ahmad Nor Haffiz and Mohamad Kasim, Muhammad Zulfadhli and Zamri, Nurina Izni (2016) City Campus Herriot Watt W.P Putrajaya / Muhammad Faizul Md Rani ... [et al.]. [Student Project]


Integrated Final Project (IFP) is the most important report that should be prepared by the Final Year Students of AP119 program. This study is to analyze from a maintenance organization manage in a case study building. The group shall relate the data with their knowledge in how to build a well maintenance organization. At the end of this study, the students should be able to identify the strength and weakness of the organization that may emphasis to the property maintenance management. The objectives of the project are to delivered the understanding on the importance of the property maintenance management, learn and analyze through the data collection on the multi-disciplinary approach in maintenance and prepare a scientific technical report of any commercial building. The types of information that have been place in the report are The Detail Of Property, Maintenance Management and study on organizational structure, economic context of organization and also the roles and duties of maintenance division and scope of work, Maintenance Policy and Planning that also included maintenance programme that been done in the building, the Building Design and Technology Design of the building as the building is a green building and using the system that been use in latest building, Condition Assessment Of the Building regarding on it situation, Maintenance Strategy on the benchmarking and KPIs, Legal Aspect that been required for institution building, Financial Analysis, Problems and Recommendation for the building. The types of building that been chosen is an institution building that is City Campus Putrajaya in Putrajaya, Malaysia. The campus will include a built-in control system driven by overall thermal transfer value which essentially measures the energy consumption of air conditioners. The campus lighting will be ‘powered’ by the maximum use of natural daylight through passive design such as natural glass glazing with no blinds installed. The building will also feature a rainwater harvesting system. The air-conditioning system used for the campus will be a combination of variable refrigerant volume (VRV) and gas district cooling (GDC) systems in a cooling strategy which optimises the usage of air-conditioning in a building. Currently, a green building approach has widely implemented as to reduce a carbon footprint as to support a sustainable agenda by the Government of Malaysia. In fact, according to GBI (2015), a Green building focuses on increasing the efficiency of resource use while reducing building impact on human health and the environment during the building’s lifecycle, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal.


Item Type: Student Project
Email / ID Num.
Md Rani, Muhammad Faizul
Mohd Wahidi, Azrul Fitri
Abd Rahman, Ahmad Nor Haffiz
Mohamad Kasim, Muhammad Zulfadhli
Zamri, Nurina Izni
Email / ID Num.
Hashim, Siti Zubaidah
Subjects: T Technology > TH Building construction
T Technology > TH Building construction > Maintenance and repair
T Technology > TH Building construction > Building inspection
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Perak > Seri Iskandar Campus > Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying
Programme: Diploma in Building Surveying
Keywords: Property maintenance management; Maintenance policy and planning; Building design
Date: 2016
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