Site survey software

Sherwin-Williams Industrial and Marine Coatings has a comprehensive software program, Site Survey, designed to enable plant maintenance decision-makers to maximize their investment in plant assets and minimize plant maintenance costs. The program is used to improve maintenance painting planning by providing long-term budgetary analyses of on-site plant survey data.
By Staff April 1, 2006

Sherwin-Williams Industrial and Marine Coatings has a comprehensive software program, Site Survey, designed to enable plant maintenance decision-makers to maximize their investment in plant assets and minimize plant maintenance costs. The program is used to improve maintenance painting planning by providing long-term budgetary analyses of on-site plant survey data. Site Survey runs on a Microsoft Office platform, allowing data to be e-mailed from Sherwin-Williams corrosion specification specialists directly to customers. Site Survey lets users enter data to catalog and evaluate plant assets, estimate current and future maintenance painting expenses, and generate cost comparisons for various budget scenarios. The reports created allow customers to understand the current corrosion status of their facilities and identify maintenance priorities, actions, costs, and savings over a 10-year period. After the initial data is entered by a corrosion specification specialist and a comprehensive Site Survey analysis is provided, through a licensing agreement, the program is allowed to reside on the customer’s local server so it is easily updated by customers and accessible for their use.

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