This week’s professional seminar held from 9th - 11th April 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham, has an impressive list of speakers such as thinkers, idea-generators, and FM experts have been confirmed by the organisers.
This event is free to attend and will be delivered from The Facilities Hub, a central theatre. It will feature eighteen sessions by the UK’s FM industry’s most knowledgeable professionals today.
The ‘five pillars of FM’ will be a main focus and the session content is CPD accredited. The five pillars cover key elements such as cleaning services, catering, property management, security, and support & technology services.
As a result of the Grenfell Tower fire, builders who are unable to protect residents in high-rise buildings will not able to get away scot-free. It is learnt that owners of private towers with coating like Grenfell Tower are living with the fear a fire could also break out in their own tower. Councils are reportedly stepping in and helping fix these towers to prevent any more tragedies.
Up to 15 apartment block owners are being tricky to be persuaded in taking safety action, studies show that 1 in 10 of these towers have ACM panels that are similar to the panels that helped advance the fire can be engaged by the council.
If you would like to speak with one of our team about Planned building maintenance in London, then call 01621 772058 today.
When you run a busy office-based business, one of the last things you want to think about is general office building maintenance.
Ignoring proper maintenance of your office space could actually be breaking the terms of your office lease, not to mention risking your business going out of action altogether.
If you have concerns over electrical safety, structural problems or other things that may risk your employee’s safety, your business could be shut down – temporarily or in some cases permanently.
Running regular checks of your office space can help highlight current and potential problems – you can then report these issues to your maintenance company.
For professional office maintenance in London, contact Advanced Building Management first.
Using contractors to try and drive down the cost of Public services, has been branded "folly" an official report has stated. A parliamentary committee for public administration and constitutional affairs has been reading through an official report into the Carillion collapse and it states there are flaws in the way that contracts are awarded, due to an aggressive approach to risk.
Decision makers often misunderstood the differences in quality provided by different bidders to a contract, because decisions were being made primarily upon price. Sometimes it accepted bids lower than the actual cost of providing the service, making renegotiation of the contract a regular and expensive occurrence.