City of Pittsburgh - Facilities Analysis and Management Plan
Massaro CM Services and Massaro Properties, LLC are conducting a comprehensive facility management study for the City of Pittsburgh that will take into consideration current and future space needs. This comprehensive study will evaluate the city’s approximate 300 structures that total more than 2.1 million square feet of building space. These buildings range from the City-County Building on Grant Street to numerous shelters found in city parks. The study encompasses three parts: Phase I Optimization Plan – Massaro, in consultation with the City’s staff, will develop recommendations for the consolidation of City locations, services and functions using cost-benefit analysis for upgrading facilities as opposed to relocating services. Phase II Space Utilization Plan – As directed by the city, Massaro will develop a detailed building cost analysis, energy assessment, building code analysis and LEED certification analysis for selected buildings. Phase III Preventive Maintenance Master Plan – Massaro, in consultation with the City’s staff, will develop third-party software products. These software products will aid the city with data collection, management, and review protocols for the administration of a long-term facility management and maintenance program for its real estate portfolio.