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Identifying Maturity Dimensions for Smart Maintenance Management of Constructed Assets: A Multiple Case Study

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While smart maintenance is gaining popularity in professional engineering and construction management practice, little is known about the dimensions of its maturity. It is assumed that the complex networked environment of maintenance and the rise of data-driven methodologies require a different perspective on maintenance. This paper identifies maturity dimensions for smart maintenance of constructed assets that can be measured. A research design based on two opposite cases is used and data from multiple sources is collected in four embedded case studies in corporate facility management organizations. Through coding data in several cross-case analyses, a maturity framework is designed that is validated through expert consultation. The proposed smart maintenance maturity framework includes technological dimensions (e.g., tracking and tracing) as well as behavioral dimensions (e.g., culture). It presents a new and encompassing theoretical perspective on client leadership in digital construction, integrating innovation in both construction and maintenance supply networks.

Reference Johannes, K., Voordijk, J. T., Adriaanse, A. M., & Aranda-Mena, G. (2021). Identifying Maturity Dimensions for Smart Maintenance Management of Constructed Assets: A Multiple Case Study. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 147(9), [05021007]. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)CO.1943-7862.0002112
Published by  Centre for Applied Research Technology 1 September 2021

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Sep 2021

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Johannes Theodorus Voordijk
Adriaan Marias Adriaanse
Guillermo Aranda-Mena

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