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Item status guide:

5 Excellent - Brand new and no issues to report - Plan for 8 to 10 year span
4 Good - No immediate issues or concerns - Consider replacement in 6 to 8 years
3 Fair - Average wear for building age. Not new but no immediate issues. - Replace within 5 to 6 years
2 Poor - Worn from use. Nearing end of expected life cycle. - Replace within 2 to 4 years
1 Critical - Extremely worn or damaged - Replace within the next 2 years

Sitework

Roads

Parking

Pavement

Signage

Fencing

Irrigation

Stormwater drainage

Sewerage

Erosion control

Landscaping

Building Structure

Foundations

Walls

Columns

Beams

Slabs

Building Interior

Furniture

Appliances

Floors

Floor finishes

Walls

Wall finishes

Ceilings

Casework (cabinets, bookcases, nightstands)

Fixtures

Doors

Hardware (bolts, nails, screws, hinges, locks, bolts, latches)

Building Exterior

Roofing structures

Balconies

Breezeways

Stairs

Exterior walls

Exterior windows.

Mechanical Systems

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems

Electrical Systems

Electrical wiring

Sockets

Lighting

Emergency generators.

Plumbing

Piping

Water pressure

Toilets

Plumbing fixtures

Vertical Transportation

Escalators

Passenger elevators

Freight elevators

Health and Fire Safety

Air quality

Water quality

Fire alarms

Fire suppression systems

Compliance with Building Codes & Regulations

The facility complies with the International Building Code (IBC)

The facility complies with the International Residential Code (IRC)

The facility complies with the International Existing Building Code (IEBC)

Name and Signature of inspector

Facility Condition Assessment Template Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: Construction | Downloads: 346

A Facility Condition Assessment (FCA) Template is used to evaluate the condition of a building, its assets and its systems needed to perform its intended function. This template can be used by architects, engineers, skilled-trade workers and other construction professionals in performing FCAs to accurately assess a facility's condition and help clients create a repair and maintenance plan.

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Inspection

Item status guide:

5 Excellent - Brand new and no issues to report - Plan for 8 to 10 year span
4 Good - No immediate issues or concerns - Consider replacement in 6 to 8 years
3 Fair - Average wear for building age. Not new but no immediate issues. - Replace within 5 to 6 years
2 Poor - Worn from use. Nearing end of expected life cycle. - Replace within 2 to 4 years
1 Critical - Extremely worn or damaged - Replace within the next 2 years

Sitework

Roads

Parking

Pavement

Signage

Fencing

Irrigation

Stormwater drainage

Sewerage

Erosion control

Landscaping

Building Structure

Foundations

Walls

Columns

Beams

Slabs

Building Interior

Furniture

Appliances

Floors

Floor finishes

Walls

Wall finishes

Ceilings

Casework (cabinets, bookcases, nightstands)

Fixtures

Doors

Hardware (bolts, nails, screws, hinges, locks, bolts, latches)

Building Exterior

Roofing structures

Balconies

Breezeways

Stairs

Exterior walls

Exterior windows.

Mechanical Systems

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems

Electrical Systems

Electrical wiring

Sockets

Lighting

Emergency generators.

Plumbing

Piping

Water pressure

Toilets

Plumbing fixtures

Vertical Transportation

Escalators

Passenger elevators

Freight elevators

Health and Fire Safety

Air quality

Water quality

Fire alarms

Fire suppression systems

Compliance with Building Codes & Regulations

The facility complies with the International Building Code (IBC)

The facility complies with the International Residential Code (IRC)

The facility complies with the International Existing Building Code (IEBC)

Name and Signature of inspector