Acceptability of Green

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PREFACE

Due to the dynamic changes in environment and technology the demand for the peoples who are with multi-skills is becoming important. The Facilities Management profession is a multi disciplinary profession which contains a stable job market in the Middle Eastern and European countries and is a new profession in Sri Lankan background. The utmost benefits of this profession can be seen, when it comes to operational cost saving through new concepts like environmental friendly concepts. The Facilities Manager plays a vital role in this field; the Department of Building Economics has launched The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Degree in Facilities Management for the first time in Sri Lanka in the year of 2006 with the intention of supplying future demand of the local and global industry. As a Facilities Management trainee at different industries, within eight months, the things I witnessed, extorted & decided are explained in this report. I am very pleased to present this report, because this is a good opportunity to me, to convey what I have done during industrial training period as well as my own ideas. After reading this report the reader will certainly be convinced that the real thing that is happening in the industry is far from the theory that we learn in the university. This situation can be expressly mentioned as “the real deal”. Ahmed Y.S March 2012

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Industrial training was a great opportunity to learn Facilities Management within a built environment. It was a big challenge to complete my training due to many reasons, therefore I am responsible to convey my heartiest thanks to people who has guided and encouraged me to complete this report successfully, as given below. First, I would like to present my gratitude to entire Department of Building Economics team members, especially Head of the Department Mr. Indunil Senevirathna, Facilities Management Coordinator Ms. Yasangika Sandanayaka, and year coordinator Mr. Ravihansa Chandrathilaka , training coordinator Mrs. Ishani Ariyapperuma. Furthermore, I would like to thank the National Apprentice and Industrial Training Authority (NAITA) for their contributions as the training governing body. With above gratitude I would like to express my appreciation to Mr. Anil Fernando Chief Engineer Taj Samudra Hotel, Maintenance Engineer of Taj Samudra Hotel Mr. Edward Perera, Mr. Jesly Wahid Executive Housekeeper Taj Samudra Hotel, Mr. Anahath Sales and Marketing Manager, Mr. Ranil Perera Manager F&B, Miss. Abeyrathne Manager Human Resource, Mr. Jesmin Assistant Manager F&B and shift Engineers and all other staff members of Taj Samudra Hotel for giving me a vast opportunity to succeed my first phase training session. Further, I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to Manager Allied Medical Service Dr. P. Wijeyrathne, Premises Engineer Mr. Chanaka, Mr. S.S.A. Isaac Executive HouseKeeper, Mr. Jayanthe Pathiratne Manager HR, Ms. Thilani Sumanasekara Manager Finance, Miss. Amali Rnaweera Project Coordinator and all other members of the staff, technicians who helped me massively at Durdans Hospital for giving me a wonderful support in all aspect of my second phase training session. Finally I would be obligated my special gratitude to my family members, seniors and colleagues, for encouraging me to finish my training and this report successfully.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................1 CHAPTER I - TAJ SAMUDRA HOTEL 1.0 INTRODUCTION TO THE TAJ SAMUDRA HOTEL ................................................................................2 2.0 FACILITIES OF THE TAJ SAMUDRA HOTEL.........................................................................................4 3.0 KNOWLEDGE GAINED AND SIGNIFICANT OUTCOMES ....................................................................3 3.1 MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT...
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