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Bartlett-informed project nominated for award

19 August 2016

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A Skanska project informed by Bartlett EngD student Dr Ruhul Amin’s work supervised by Professor Michael Pitt has been announced as a finalist in the British Institute of Facilities Management awards.

‘Condition Based Maintenance: A Proactive Approach in FM’ has been nominated in the ‘Innovation on Technology and Systems’ category. The awards recognise and reward facilities management practices, innovation and projects from across the economy and all areas of the sector.

Ruhul’s EngD project is funded by the EPSRC through the UCL Engineering Doctorate Centre in Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation (VEIV) and is funded by Skanska with additional support from Modus Services.

Entitled: ‘Data driven predictive maintenance optimisation for the intelligent management of assets’, Ruhul’s work examines the investigation of fault detection, diagnosis and prognosis on mechanical and electrical building assets.

For more information visit Ruhul’s profile and the BIFM awards website.