Maynard, Massachusetts –zLink, a leading provider of Integrated Workspace and Facility Management Systems software and services, was the winning firm to provide a Building Information and Asset Management (BIAM) System for Clackamas County, OR.

The BIAM System will include real estate and property management, building maintenance, building preventative maintenance, life cycle management, building operations, building inspections, space planning management, asset management, project management, utility management, environmental and risk management, move management, fleet management, surplus management, inventory management, capital planning, conference room management, contract management, customer request, financial management, and budget management.

The new System provides Clackamas with critical information to streamline operations, allow better insights and actions to manage buildings and land maintenance programs, lifecycle management, and budget / operational costs, and be more efficient, more productive, and more fiscally responsive.

About Clackamas County

Clackamas County is one of the four counties that make up the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area. The county encompasses 1,879 square miles including the 11,235-foot Mt. Hood. The purpose of the BIAM System is to help Facilities Management efficiently manage the County’s buildings and assets. The County has 155 facilities and an array of capital assets, including office buildings, fleets, communication sites, maintenance locations, and many other types of structures.

About zLink, Inc.

zLink, has provided Facility Management (FM) software solutions to its clients for over 25 years. zLink has provided Integrated Facility Management Software solutions to Corporations, Universities, Medical Centers and Federal Government Agencies. The solutions are based on its innovative “space-centric visualization enabling” zLinkFM™ platform that tightly couples Corporate and Operational data to Facilities Space.