Annual Roof Maintenance & Repair Specifications (AMRS) facilitate the
execution of proactive roof maintenance by
developing a photographically documented scope of
work outlining repair method(s) and their locations. Upon
development of the AMRS, competitive pricing is secured and documentation
of the proper execution of identified repairs is accomplished utilizing the IRS
Online Asset Management Program.
Deficiencies within existing system(s) recommended for preventive maintenance
are identified and located on a scaled CAD roof plan drawing and if
appropriate marked on the roof surface.
Each deficiency identified on the scaled CAD roof plan drawing and roof
surface is documented with a digital photograph indicating the
deficiencies location on the CAD roof plan drawing.
Maintenance Scope of Work:
A written scope of work is created for each identified deficiency, describing
the repair method(s) to be used in effecting the repairs. Acceptable
manufacturers and materials are listed if the deficiencies occur on a warranted
system but are deemed beyond the scope of the active warranty. All
deficiencies on warranted systems deemed covered under the warranty obligation
will be identified separately for resolution with the issuer of the warranty.
The Annual Maintenance & Repair Specifications (AMRS), photographs and
scaled CAD roof plan drawing locating each deficiency, are provided in hard
copy and electronically on the IRS Online Asset Management Program for your
records. The AMRS allows contractors selected by our client to
competitively bid the work via the IRS Online Asset Management
Program's secure contractor login.
Verification and Approval: Verification
and approval of completed Annual Maintenance & Repair Specifications (AMRS)
are conducted by IRS via the IRS Online Asset Management Program by reviewing
digital photographs submitted by the contractor of the completed work for each
item prior to IRS recommending release of payment.
Documentation of the completed Annual Maintenance and Repair Specification is
provided for client and contractor reference via the IRS Online Asset
Management Program's Work Order module.