CH2M to Help Create Guidance for Airport Maintenance Management System Implementation

airport towerCH2M will serve as a research partner to the Airport Cooperative Research Program in an effort to develop guidance for computer maintenance management system updates at airports.

John Fortin, CH2M principal investigator, and Laith Alfaqih, deputy PI and project manager, will lead the research project that seeks to provide recommendations for utilizing a CMMS for airport maintenance, the company said Wednesday.

CH2M added it will work with subconsultant Electronic Data Inc. to create a guidance that will identify the airport system to yield the highest value when a CMMS is implemented, the steps needed to install that system into a CMMS, the factors for prioritization of the system in the CMMS and the actions to integrate CMMS for business decision-making.

The project will look into applying CMMS to identify staff and resource needs, evaluate methodologies and determine priority airport systems for integration, CH2M said.

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