Deferred maintenance is something that nearly every facility has. Facilities engineers face a continual challenge to get the needed resources to keep equipment functioning safely and properly. But if you can present your deferred maintenance projects not as costs but rather as contributors to the company, you will have a better chance of getting project approvals. Learn how to use projects that pay for themselves (such as lighting or controls) and applying the extra positive funding to accomplish other deferred maintenance items that don’t have a payback (like door hardware, ADA improvements, cleaning equipment). Included will be some case history examples, and information on incentives.