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Development of a strategic Facility Management(FM) Framework for Heritage Building Maintenance Management (HBMM)

Dear Respondents,

We humbly solicit your cooperation to participate in an on-going research aimed at investigating the peculiarities that differentiate Heritage Building Maintenance Management (HBMM) from commercial building maintenance management, and also, the challenges, Critical Success Factors (CSFs) for HBMM and the strategies to solve the identified challenges from the Facility Manager (FM)'s perspective by filling this questionnaire. This survey is part of a Ph.D. research work and all responses to this survey will be treated with the utmost confidentiality and used solely for academic purposes.

This questionnaire is categorized into five sections; part one is aimed at identifying the factors that distinguish the maintenance of heritage buildings from commercial buildings, part two focuses on investigating the challenges encountered by facility managers in HBMM, part three aims to determine the CSFs for HBMM, part four focuses on identifying strategies to ameliorate the challenges in HBMM and part five contains questions on the background information of respondents.

This survey would take approximately 10 minutes of your valuable time. We are convinced that your contribution would be instrumental in identifying the CSFs in the FM of heritage buildings and also assist us in proffering solutions to maintenance challenges to enhance maintenance practices. This research is under the supervision of Prof. Edwin CHAN and Dr. Joseph LAI. For any enquiries relating to this survey, kindly contact the researcher through this email: mayowa.adegoriola@connect.polyu.hk

This survey has been approved by the PolyU's research ethics review committee and the approval reference number is  HSEARS20210315009.

Thank you.


ADEGORIOLA, Mayowa Idakolo

Doctoral student,

Department of Building and Real Estate

Hong Kong Polytechnic University  



There are 13 questions in this survey.