Jasmina Tamburić, Jovana Vukanić, Vladan Nikolić

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The change in the condition of a building over time in the technical terms can be seen as a deteriorating process of aging of the building elements and the loss of original technical performance. In the economic terms, it is the process of changing the value of the facility and new investments in the maintenance of the facility, as well as servicing the system of equipment and installations, during the service life. The technical dilapidation of the building, or of its elements, can lead to unwanted consequences of endangering the lives and property of people, and of the disruption of functional and aesthetic values of the building, which is very important for the fate of shopping malls. With the exhaustion of the technical life of the building, questions and decisions about the revitalization or demolition of the building necessarily arise. The value of the facility decreases over time, and the costs of maintenance and repairs increase. Over time, regardless of the actual condition, the facility and equipment systems become obsolete when the first needs for modernization arise, which entails new costs. The ratio of maintenance costs is constantly growing, until the moment when the level of profitability of further investment in the renovation of the facility and the system is reached, i.e. until the moment of exhaustion of the economic life of the facility. The paper presents the relationship between preventive, reactive and predictive maintenance costs as well as methods of monitoring, prediction and evaluation of the durability condition of shopping mall facilities


perception, evaluation, prediction, building condition, shopping malls

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