Yes - A building can be part of more than one group (or subgroup) in Measurabl. There are a couple ways that this is possible in the app.
Within Groups & Subgroups:
Within a group portfolio in Measurabl, you can have a building that is an asset in that group, as well as in any subgroups or funds that are created within that large group. Note that subgroups or funds are created as a way to classify a piece of the portfolio by similar characteristics such as size, location, property type, etc.
There are a few reasons why you may want to put your property into a Subgroup. One is that you can view reports as well as trends and metrics at the subgroup level, which is especially useful if you are grouping sites by a certain characteristic (size/floorspace area, property type, location, etc.). This way you can visualize your site’s performance based off of the subgroup that they’re in, rather than at the entire portfolio level.
Therefore, when a subgroup is created and a building is added to that subgroup, then that site lives in both the large group that contains all of the portfolio’s sites, as well as in the smaller subgroup (commonly known as a “fund”). In this case, all utility and non-utility data will stay the same for that building across the multiple groups that it lives in.
If you have any questions regarding your group or buildings in Measurabl, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com!