NOOR has its Maintenance strategy and control, transitioning from reactive to proactive maintenance, maintenance contracts, establishing a minimum standard for inspection and maintenance of equipment, operating and maintenance documentation, and maintenance technician training.

NOOR has its own tailored “CMMS” Computerized Maintenance Management Systems Contains descriptions of procedures and practices used to track the maintenance of an organization’s assets and associated costs.

NOOR has provide continuous service after project delivery, during warranty and beyond that consultancy of O & M, with extensive experience in the field as explained summary in coming few words.

The O&M includes the activities, processes, and workflows required to keep the entire built environment as contained in the organization’s Real Property Inventory of facilities and their supporting infrastructure, including utility systems, parking lots, roads, drainage structures and grounds in a condition to be used to meet their intended function during their life cycle. These activities include both planned preventive and predictive maintenance and corrective (repair) maintenance. Preventive Maintenance (PM) consists of a series of time-based maintenance requirements that provide a basis for planning, scheduling, and executing scheduled (planned versus corrective) maintenance. PM includes adjusting, lubricating, cleaning, and replacing components.

Time intensive PM, would typically be scheduled for regular shutdown periods.

Corrective maintenance is a repair necessary to return the equipment to properly functioning condition or service and may be either planned or un-planned. Some equipment, at the end of its service life, may warrant overhaul. The definition of overhaul is the restoration of an item to a completely serviceable condition as prescribed by maintenance serviceability standards.

Requirements will vary from a single facility, to a campus, to groups of campuses. As the number, variety, and complexity of facilities increase, the organization performing the O&M should adapt in size and complexity to ensure that mission performance is sustained.

In all cases O&M requires a knowledgeable, skilled, and well trained management and technical staff and a well planned maintenance program. The philosophy behind the development of a maintenance program is often predicated on the O&M organization’s capabilities.

The goals of a comprehensive maintenance program include the following:

Reduce capital repairs
Reduce unscheduled shutdowns and repairs
Extend equipment life, thereby extending facility life.
Realize life-cycle cost savings, and
Provide safe, functional systems and facilities that meet the design intent.

Our Certificates

  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality management system
  • ISO14001:2015 Environmental management system and OHSAS18001:2007 For occupational health and safety management system.
  • Factory control production certificates according to BS 5950 and AWS D.1.1
  • AISC Certificate for steel structure fabrication
  • AGA
  • Dun & Bradstreet Number