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CEtechnology's Facility Space Management (SPACE) for Buildings, Grounds, and Infrastructure!

Includes Assignable and Nonassignable Areas (Building Service, Circulation, Mechanical, Structural), Unclassified, Inactive, Unfinished, Alteration or Conversion, Confined Space (no human activity); Property Control (Asset Management); Environmental Health and Safety, Land Evaluation/Site Assessment (LESA).

Integrable with Campus/Community Real Property, and Rights-Of-Way.

Mix and Match any combination of Land Use and Space Type - Simply Point and Click! Model What you Want. Place Emphasis Where You Like (Points/Weights). Extend Site and Environmental Data Geographicly using CEtechnology's Space Databases with CAD Drawings and Desktop GIS/GPS.

In Facilities, It Helps to Speak the Language!

Automate the functions of your Facilities Planning Office.

Designed originally for Educational Institutions CEtechnology's FMS has been enhanced to address the management of all kinds and types of facility space. For anyone who has to protect, schedule, manage and account for space. Can be used by organizations of all sizes and types - Businesses, Local Governments, Military Bases, Colleges and Universities, K12 School Districts (Urban, Suburban and Rural School Districts, Charter Schools), State Departments of Education (as a state standard).

CEtechnology's Facility Space Management System Supports:

  • Institutional Research, Campus Planning.
  • Emergency Management, Homeland Security.
  • Environmental Assessment.
  • Environmental Health & Safety.
  • Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)Indoor Air Pollutants - Gases, Particulates, Biologicals.
  • Sick Site Syndrome (SSS)Outdoor Air Pollutants - Gases, Particulates, Biologicals; Soils; Foods.
  • Multi-Hazard Emergency Management.
  • Preservation Actions.
  • Asset Management (Property Control System).
  • Risk Management.
  • Facility Space Management (Buildings and Grounds).
  • Provides Structure for Facility Maintenance (Work Orders).
  • Record Keeping. Analysis Capabilities with User Definable Query.
  • Facility Sighting: Land Evaluation/Site Assessment (LESA).
  • Building and Site Characteristics Inventory (Buildings & Grounds).
  • ADA Accessibility Standards (Disabled Access to Site, Buildingds and Space).
  • Building and Site Condition Assessment (interior, exterior, site).
  • Development Impact Analysis.
  • Economic Development Analysis.
  • (Education) NACUBO Taxonomy of Functions.
  • (Education) NCES/CIP Academic Disciplines.
  • Physical Space Key Structure includes Elevation provisions for: Above Ground(H), Ground(G), and Below Ground(B) (Subsurface).
  • Integrated Databases with Mass Change Features.
  • Includes Electronic WinHelp, FICM Guide, and GIS Primer.
  • Mailing Letters and Labels.
  • NCES/2006 FICM compliant.
  • Organization Unit Coding (with Name and Address and Email Interface).
  • Parcels, Sites, Land.
  • Campus Zoning.
  • Code Compliance (UBC, CBC, NEC, life & health safety, OSHA).
  • Room Suitability.
  • Room Use, Space Type Coding.
  • Space Reporting by Organization, Functional Category, Academic Discipline, and more.
  • Space Use (Area and Time) Pro-rations.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
  • Global and Local Positioning Systems (GPS/LPS).
  • Infrastructure Reporting under GASB 34/35.
  • Assignable and Nonassignable Space.
  • Integrated Space-Equipment Asset Management/Property Control System.

    Built-in Standard Data Analysis and Reporting for Campus Planning and Decision Making:
  • Site/Building/Space,
  • Organization Unit (options for finding space by professor, shift in enrollment patterns),
  • Function,
  • Facilities Capacity vs. Actual Utilization, scheduling of repairs and maintenance (eg. painting),
  • Academic Discipline,

    Base Codes Entered and Ready to be applied to your Campus Space from Checklist Arrays:
  • NCES Space Type/Room Use,
  • NACUBO Functional Categories,
  • NCES Academic Disciplines,
  • Campus/Community Infrastructure for GASB Compliance,
  • Generic Text Files for Export to Google Earth or Microsoft Maps Option,
  • Generic Text Files for Export to Existing Space Management System Option.

Planning Future Campus/Community Space Management Systems must be based upon an accurate understanding of the characteristics of the land owned or shared by the Institution or Community and the inventory of facilities on it or beneath its surface. Continuous Campus/Community Master Planning is a chsracteristic of all healthy organizations and helps avoid crisis-based actions and knee-jerk responses. More important it enables institutions to properly and effectively allocate and manage scare resources within budget constraints.

"What you see is what you get!" All You Have to do is Enter Your Data to be operational.

Pin-Point Student-Faculty-Staff Emergency Text Messaging, Email, Photographs by Location (Campus, Site, Building, Department, College) when addressing any disaster-response, homeland security breach, or environmental impact within the framework of existing Campus/Community facilities and infrastructure.

Virginia Tech, the 9/11 sounding call for K12 and Higher Education Emergency Management. Today CEtechnology can say for the 1st time that People (Human Resources), The Physical Plant (Facility Space Management - Sites, Buildings, Rooms), Property Control (Asset Management), Information Resources (Documents), and Environmental Design are integrated across the institution or enterprise in the best interests of Public Safety/Risk Management. Ask yourself can your organization say this and if not than why not and what are you going to do about it? Get your Money's Worth with CEtechnology's 2 for 1 Coverage! Our software addresses both in-house campus/community public safety/risk management and at the same time offfers you a public safety curriculum for training local community emergency response personnel.

The most effective way to address Public Safety is through prior Emergency Management Planning (Crisis-Response Plans). Colleges, Universities, and School Districts should give every thought to installing our Facility Management Software for Space Management and Institutional Controls for Space Use as a foundation for their In-house Campus/Community Emergency Response Plans and Public Safety Curriculum.

1-Time SPACE/SPACEUSE Combo Offer extended thru December 31, 2007: Client-Server 6-User LAN Runtime version - $10,000 (includes source code). 1 User/1 Machine Runtime version - $5,000. Integrable with Google Earth and The National Map, ArcView GIS, and AutoCad Drawings. Coming, Remote Internet/Intranet Access (ASP.NET).

Application includes Facility Space Management, Institutional Controls, Property Control/ Asset Mngt, Land Evaluation/Site Assessment, and Environmental Design. 30 DAy Free Trial Offer, No Strings attached. Just go to our site and download!

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    Institutional Controls (Land and Space Use Monitoring): designed to be integrated with CEtechnology's SPACE (Facility Space Management);

    BACKGROUND: non-engineering measures, such as administrative or legal controls, that help to minimize the potential risk of human or property exposure to threats and/or to protect the integrity of a remedy by limiting land or resource use. ICs are used to address emergency management, homeland security, environmental protection, and economic development risk when threats are first discovered, when in-place remedies are ongoing and when residual conditions (eg.contamination) remains on-site at a level that does not allow for unrestricted land or resource use and unlimited exposure after cleanup.

  • IC Instrument - An administrative measure or legal mechanism that establishes a specific set of land or resource use restrictions.

  • IC Objective - The intended goal of an institutional control in minimizing the potential risk for human or property exposure to threats (eg. contamination) and/or to protect the integrity of a remedy by limiting land or resource use. Again ICs are used in anticipation of people or property potential exposure to risk, when contamination is first discovered, when remedies are ongoing and when residual contamination remains onsite at a level that does not allow for unrestricted resource use and unlimited exposure after cleanup.

  • Location - A physical location or area defined by a set of geographic area descriptions, facility site descriptions, and/or geographic coordinate description. An example of two separate facility site descriptions for a single site is the SNAP Site ID and the CERCLIS Site ID for a single site.

  • Engineering Control - A physical technology implemented to minimize the potential for human exposure to contamination by means of control or remediation.

  • IC Affiliate - Any person or organization (affiliate) associated with an IC either directly or indirectly. An example of an affiliate with a direct IC relation is a party responsible for monitoring the IC. An example of an affiliate with an indirect IC relation is an owner of a site at which ICs are implemented.

  • IC Resource - Any document or source of information (resource) associated with an IC either directly or indirectly. An example of a resource with a direct IC relation is a document mandating an IC enforcement action. An example of a resource with an indirect IC relation is a map of a site at which ICs are implemented.

  • IC Event - Any occurrence or action, taking place on a specific date or over a period of time, for which data may be collected, processed, distributed, or used for the purpose of institutional controls.

CEtechnology's Space Management is for anyone that Manages Sites, Buildings, Assets, and Infrastructure considering People and Property, Risk and Safety. CEtech's SPACE makes Places, Organizations, Individuals, and Equipment Safer. CEtech's SPACE protects Campus/Communities against Environmental, Emergency Management, Homeland Security, and Economic Development Impacts using Location Impact Analysis (Points/Weights).

Land Evaluation/Site Assessment: "Location, Location, Location, .......The Good and Bad of Your Location Decisions. "Place" Matters - What We Don't Know Can Hurt Us! The best way to predict the future is to create it! CEtechnology Can Help!

Cetechnology's Location Siting is a numeric rating system (LESA - Points & Weights) for scoring site location to help campus land use and emergency planners in formulating policy (Institutional Controls) or making land-use decisions. It is designed to take into account both Land Evaluation factors (non-site eg. soil quality) and Site Assessment factors (factors other than land) affecting a site’s continued importance for a given use and has components specifically designed to address Environmental, Emergency Management, Homeland Security, and Economic Development Impacts using Location Analysis.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN: use to address environmental, emergency management, and homeland security issues when siting campus facilities.

Property Control/Asset Management - Tie Assets to Campus Sites, Buildings, Infrastructure:

    Appraisal Classification Codes Include:
  • 00-Plant Operations and Maintenance Equipment,
  • 01-Food Service Equipment and Appliances,
  • 02-Mobile Equipment,
  • 03-Office, Classroom, and Dormitory Equipment,
  • 04-Office and Printing Equipment,
  • 05-Audio Visual and Performance Arts Equipment,
  • 06-Physical, Educational, Health, and Recreational Equipment,
  • 07-Musical Instruments and Equipment,
  • 08-Laboratory Equipment and Furnishings,
  • 09-Hospital Equipment and Furnishings.

Campus/Community Right-Of-Way Infrastructure Management:

Infrastructure is the largest component of your capital budget and can consume a significant portion of your annual operating revenues. The quality of life within your Campus/Community is in large part dependent upon the services and support infrastructure provided.

Rights-Of-Way Parcels Inventory: to better manage your infrastructure.

  • Attached and Detached Structures.
  • Buildings.
  • Utilities, Roads, Telecommunications, Signage, etc.
  • Integrable with Permits, Digging Operations.
  • Parcels, Sites, Land.
  • Pictures.

Contact Ed Moll .................................................................................................. .................................................................................................. or Carl Moll
CEtechnology - 543 Harris Hill RD, Lancaster, NY, 14086. (716-685-4230).
Let us know how we can help you! last updated 09/17/07