The days when facility management meant occasionally patching holes in the roof with straw or the floor with clay are irrevocably over. In the age of Industry 4.0, information from complex networks of building and process technology must be processed, and sensitive materials, high-tech equipment and systems must be maintained and serviced. In order for this to happen optimally, the requirements of facility management must be incorporated into the project from the outset. Unfortunately, this has rarely been done to date.
A look into practice: The project is completed, “real life” begins. Production is running and the targets must be achieved. Now you can deal with excessive operating costs, loss of information and inefficient readjustments – or you can safeguard your investment through sustainable maintenance and servicing, and benefit from optimized processes and low operating costs.
If you opt for the second option, you should define the facility management requirements at an early stage and incorporate them into the planning and implementation at key points.
We support you by initiating the necessary strategic considerations during the preparation phase and integrating the FM requirements into the project definition. These are continuously developed over the course of the project and implemented in the planning, construction and contract processes.
In order to further optimize operational processes even after completion, we support the transfer of information to CAFM systems or work with your FM team to develop your own tailor-made use cases. Finally, we work with you to find the ideal partner for your operational management.
And best of all: you save money.
Why do you save money? Because we work with BIM. With this method, the data for the FM is collected centrally throughout the entire duration of the project. It is therefore not only available when the final documentation is handed over.
The interrelationships are becoming increasingly complex, resulting in opportunities and risks. To find out how we deal with this, please contact Martin Otte on +49 (30) 1663 97 57.