"Maintaining the Facility for a Reliable Environment"
Author: Wink, Howard L. Jr.
Published In: Preservation of Library and Archival Materials
An organization's ability to maintain a facility with limited resources is mainly dependent upon the design of the facility, the resources available, and the in-house organization and procedures. Describes some of the facility design concerns of the maintenance organization, including equipment accesibility, adequate space for maintenance and repair, and durable equipment; in-house versus contracted maintenance; preventive maintenance; facilities inspection programs; and long-range repair and renovation planning.
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