Term Consultancy

This service is to ensure that the maintenance provider meets the specified standards; to monitor and report on performance; and periodically review the condition of the engineering services. Additionally, the service includes an advisory facility to provide necessary support in all related technical matters.

Mechanical & Electrical Audit

The audit service utilises a comprehensive audit that covers the full array of compliance checks, documentation reviews, physical inspections and financial account audit. This is with the aim of assessing the Contractor’s performance and identifying any technical defects/deficiencies that need addressing.

 

Planned Maintenance Programme

The PMP service provides a financial plan and programme for the refurbishment / replacement of engineering services as they reach the end of their economical life. The PMP programme includes a description of the engineering services together with an overview of the condition along with  the financial obligation. Planned Maintenance Programmes (PMPs – Plant Life Cycle Programmes or Forward Maintenance Registers) are of great value enabling clients to foresee any potential estimated expenditure to allow for future budgeting. 

 

Engineering Service Maintenance Contracts

Our Engineering Services Maintenance Contract tendering process enables the capturing of all assets, this is important for long term cost savings but most importantly adhering to legal, H&S compliance ensuring safety and business continuity. To this schedule an appropriate level of maintenance can be attributed along with the standard industry specification, BESA SFG20 or a more bespoke instruction set if required.
We have vast experience in undertaking Engineering Services and Vertical Transport Engineering Services Maintenance Contract Tenders for buildings and property portfolios of all shapes, sizes, uses and locations. 

Asset Register

This service involves a detailed survey of the existing electrical, mechanical and public health services throughout the property, detailing essential information pertaining to the installed equipment and referenced against a maintenance specification to finalise an Engineering Services Asset Register in the clients’ preferred format. This schedule details essential information pertaining to the installed equipment and an appropriate level of maintenance is attributed to each individual asset along with the standard industry specification detail, BESA SFG20, or a more bespoke instruction set if required.