What is Design for Maintainability?
Design for Maintainability (DfM) is the first step of an effective, sustainable maintenance program, linking maintenance goals and desired outcomes to the design process.
It is the practice of integrating operations and maintenance considerations into project planning and design to achieve effectiveness, safety, and economy of maintenance tasks during the lifespan of a facility.
Why should I adopt DfM?
Adopting DfM can have numerous benefits for building stakeholders.
How do I kickstart my DfM Journey?
We have developed a set of DfM guides, presenting a comprehensive set of best practices, structured by building types for ease of use and adoption by industry practitioners.