Greater recognition is now being given to the strategic role Facilities Management plays in delivering business objectives and FM is becoming more integrated into core business operations.
The demands of service sector businesses are such that the maintenance of services, equipment and building fabric is becoming business critical. As a result, significant emphasis is being placed on innovation and efficiency improvement. MCP has developed a range of tools to assess, improve and monitor the effectiveness of building maintenance and facilities management provision – both hard and soft services.
Whether you manage an in-house Facilities operation or work for a Facilities Management Services supply company, understanding your level of performance is crucial to continuous improvement.
Answer the following questions about your Facilities Management
- Do you have a clear strategy for achieving your facility objectives?
- Are your facility objectives aligned to your business objectives?
- Are you achieving best practice?
- Do you know where to look for the next level of improvement objectives?
- Do you know how your facility costs compare to other similar facilities?
- Are your systems, processes and procedures as effective and efficient as they could be?
- Do you know your contractors are delivering the best value for money?
If you have failed to answer ‘Yes’ to any of the above you should consider MCP’s FM Scan.
MCP’s Facilities Management services:
MCP developed a detailed asset condition register of all equipment and a review of the remedial work and maintenance required to manage their building services equipment. From this initial assessment the following information and programmes were developed:
- FM Scan – Facilities Management Assessment
- ISO 55000 implementation and certification
- Asset Condition Surveys
- Development of maintenance plans
- Work planning system
- Selection and Implementation of CMMS/CAFM
- Outsourcing strategy and implementation
- Audits of management effectiveness
- Lean Contract Management
- Contracting out selection and implementation
- Contract review and advice
- Verification of all items on the equipment asset register
- Review of capital replacement requirements and replacement schedule
- A revision of the existing maintenance regime
- A calculation of the ongoing maintenance cost
- An evaluation of critical spares requirements
- Detailed equipment life plans