Facility Management Beyond Basics

Maintenance Management

Property Maintenance Management is to keep properties fit through planned and reactive maintenance services and includes properly and promptly executed customized service solutions considering what the customers need and when they need it.

  1. Real time monitoring and reporting.
  2. Coordinating maintenance, cleaning, security activities and other support services.
  3. Subcontractors management
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  5. Performance based assessment and selection,
  6. Control through specification of Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
  7. Periodical inspections of the building status
  8. Suggestions for corrections of any malfunctioning
  9. Setting up, implementing, and controlling with timely adjustments to the preventive maintenance plan of the building
  10. Implementing of and monitoring of the building's internal regulations, as specified in the Building Manual.
  11. Competitive pricing

Building Support

Once the construction work is completed, our role starts. We take care of the entire building/ property and undertake all building support services like air conditioning, electrical installations, lifts, pumps etc. We not only provide services for efficient running of these but also provide value added services like energy management etc.

When your building is in shape your business is also in shape. We streamline systems to create a more streamlined workforce. At RI & FM we believe that a building can do far more than simply house a business, quicker, and more efficiently.

The main purpose is to ensure proper functioning of the building's system through the preventive, predictive, and corrective maintenance. These activities increase the life span and performance of the building systems and to minimize the incidence and frequency of malfunctions;

Preventive maintenance:

With a planned maintenance schedule we ensure prevention of breakdowns and failures. We work out to preserve and enhance equipment reliability. Preventive maintenance activities include

  1. equipment checks,
  2. complete study of performance history at specified periods,
  3. oil changes, lubrication etc.
  4. This leads to:

  5. Improved system reliability
  6. Decreased cost of replacement
  7. Decreased system downtime-Better spares inventory management
  8. Increased comfort

Predictive maintenance:

This is to determine the condition of building equipment in order to estimate when maintenance should be performed. Predictive maintenance not only offers cost savings, since jobs would be performed only when warranted, it also minimises disruption of system operations.

Corrective maintenance:

A maintenance activity that corrects a failure that has occurred or is in the process of occurring and includes repair, restoration or replacement of components of the affected equipment.





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