Facility Health Assessment
The only “virtual” Facility Health Assessment for your facility
Our team have taken our decades of church facility management experience, input from some of the brightest minds in the church facility stewardship and insurance worlds, as well as our technology expertise and developed the FACILITY HEALTH ASSESSMENT.
This virtual assessment will provide your church with:
$995 per location
- Evaluation and benchmarking of your facility operational expenditures
- Assessment of your Capital Reserve initiative
- Benchmarking of your Facility Maintenance staff (number of FTE)
- Basic Safety and Security data point evaluation
- Life cycle projections for:
- Free preloaded eSPACE Life Cycle Calculator that your church can continue to use and build out to identify more facility, IT, AVL, etc. items and the projected remaining useful life including projected funds needed for the inevitable capital reserves
- Personalized summary and recommendation from our Facility Stewardship Specialists
- First Impressions Checklist for your church to use as a guide
- List of resources to assist you further your facility stewardship initiatives
- Ability to run future assessment at a discounted rate and benchmark your churches progress year over year
- If your church is looking to get a “snapshot” as to the health of your facility, this is the ideal tool for you. You will need to gather some data to help you get started. You can download a list of those items HERE
While a full blown onsite Facility Condition can cost $7-12,000.00, this robust virtual report is only a fraction of that cost for only $995.00. Now that is affordable!
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Understanding the "health" and condition of your facility is critical
Does your facility “suffer” from deferred maintenance and other obsolescence?
What steps are you taking to keep your building secure?
How does your facility operational costs compare to other similar facilities?
How many staff are required to properly steward your facility?
Life Cycle Planning
How much money needs to be allocated in a Capital Reserve account to ensure long term sustainability?
Best Practices and Next Steps
Now what? What should we do going forward?