Systemized and Prioritized
Proactive maintenance management can save time and money but more importantly if give the tenants of the building a sense of safety and security with few “outages”
Communicating with Local Authorities
Programmed Facility Management
Its not just about getting the work completed, on or before due dates, but ensuring the relevant authorities know the work is done and systems are serviceable or any faults are in hand and being correctly and methodologically dealt with.
✅ Annual Fire Safety Statements (AFSS submission to Fire brigade & Council)
✅ Elevator plant operations (Council)
✅ Backflow prevention (Council)
✅ Complying Development certificates (Council)
✅ ACP Management (Aluminium cladding panels)
✅ Parking Compliance obligations (disabled & Levies)
✅ Pressure Vessels testing (Council, every 2 years)
Optimizing the Technology
Consider a Programmed Facility Management regime that reduces your costs.
Not every site has a or requires a full-time building manager. How do you monitor site attendance and completed works without turning up every five minutes?
✅ Workplace health and safety systems set up for all levels of contractors using technology and third-party vendors
✅ Submission of Documentation, including photos, by Contractors:
✅ Reporting documentation for landlords
✅ Energy performance monitoring (not just the bills, but via the Building Management System metering)
✅ People traffic (especially in retail shopping centers)
✅ Janitorial responsibilities (Bathroom monitoring via technologies)
Optimizing Value from Contractors
Getting “Bang for your Buck”
Ensuring maximum value from contractors’ performance, setting up a Programmed Facility Management maintenance regime with systems that ensure contractors provide their documentation, with photos, and adequate descriptions before they are compensated for their works..