Planned Preventative Maintenance

We recognise that buildings perform best when subjected to a regular maintenance regime. We are able to prepare planned maintenance schedules for individual buildings or entire estates. We work with our clients to ensure that required maintenance is carried out on time and economically.

Planned Preventative Maintenance

We recognise that buildings perform best when subjected to a regular maintenance regime. We are able to prepare planned maintenance schedules for individual buildings or entire estates. We work with our clients to ensure that required maintenance is carried out on time and economically.

What is Planned Preventative Maintenance?

All construction elements have an anticipated lifespan. Planned Preventative Maintenance is the process of considering maintenance needs of a building before individual components reach the state of failure. This is in contrast to Reactive Maintenance, which can significantly impact on core business. Our surveyors will assess the maintenance needs of your built environment assets to ensure you have the right tools to complete just-in-time maintenance, reducing down time and increasing productivity and profitability.

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Can we help you with a Planned Preventative Maintenance?

Key features you should know about Planned Preventative Maintenance

If properties are not adequately maintained, this can lead to disruption to core business, reducing productivity and profitability. If you operate and maintain built environment assets, it is important that maintenance is completed proactively, to reduce the risk of building component failure. A Planned Preventative Maintenance programme is a vital tool to allow property managers successfully manage the maintenance requirements of their estate.

We will inspect those areas of a building which are under the client’s control, which is sometimes an entire estate, or in other areas this can be limited to the external envelope of buildings. We will prepare a schedule of necessary remedial works, normally over a five or ten year life cycle, prioritising works according to operational and funding requirements. This gives great certainty when preparing budgets.

Our surveyors are experienced in this type of work, and can assist with arranging all aspects of maintenance work, no matter the size of your estate. We can work to your exact brief or can work with you to produce reports to best suit your requirements, even helping you to oversee annual maintenance programmes, so you can be sure that your properties are maintained in the most suitable manner.

If properties are not adequately maintained, this can lead to disruption to core business, reducing productivity and profitability. If you operate and maintain built environment assets, it is important that maintenance is completed proactively, to reduce the risk of building component failure. A Planned Preventative Maintenance programme is a vital tool to allow property managers successfully manage the maintenance requirements of their estate.

We will inspect those areas of a building which are under the client’s control, which is sometimes an entire estate, or in other areas this can be limited to the external envelope of buildings. We will prepare a schedule of necessary remedial works, normally over a five or ten year life cycle, prioritising works according to operational and funding requirements. This gives great certainty when preparing budgets.

Our surveyors are experienced in this type of work, and can assist with arranging all aspects of maintenance work, no matter the size of your estate. We can work to your exact brief or can work with you to produce reports to best suit your requirements, even helping you to oversee annual maintenance programmes, so you can be sure that your properties are maintained in the most suitable manner.

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