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The airport s pavement condition index was graded very poor by the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
For each building managed by BUILDER, its "health" information provides the condition index used to predict its life expectancy.
Lance Baden, project manager with VHB engineering consultants, said that a pavement section inventory of roads, factored with repair strategies and costs for types of deterioration, found the average pavement condition index in town was 73, on a 100-point scale, putting it in fair condition.
3 points; and the Business Condition Index increased to 27 points from 16.
This method calculates a condition index for each individual and examines the relationship between condition index and time of capture using simple linear regression.
We used this to create the facilities condition index (FCI), which gives a ratio of the deferred maintenance to the value of the asset," says Klingel.
0 will calculate an objective EMS-based current Condition Index (CI) for each asset component.
Since reaching an all-time low just two months ago in March 2009, the Business Condition Index has rebounded 83 percent.