Returning to work Stay safe with effective facilities management

Being a facilities manager is a huge role, especially during these times of COVID-19. While maintaining the upkeep of the building, safety, and budget, there are now additional measures to be implemented to ensure the safe transition of offices and employees returning to physical workspaces. This creates additional expenses and pressures, knowing how easily the…

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The 4 stages of your asset equipment lifecycle

Professional facility management isn’t just looking over a few assets – it’s much more than that. Most building management professionals are skilled in the development and implementation of strategies that help move the company forward. This takes knowledge, expertise, and an in-depth understanding of integrated facility management. Most companies or owners do not understand the…

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The Importance of Electrical Preventative Maintenance At Your Commercial Property

The Importance of Electrical Preventative Maintenance At Your Commercial Property Your commercial property needs regular preventative maintenance in order to protect yourself from legal issues and your tenants from accidental injuries. This is especially true with the electrical components of your facility. If you do not take the proper steps to ensure your building management…

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Preventative Maintenance vs Reactive Maintenance What's the Difference - Brisull

From your HVAC system to the physical structure of your facility, regular maintenance can help keep everything running smoothly and ensure your tenants stay happy and healthy. Expensive systems and equipment don’t last forever, though. Each of the important components in your facility has a distinct lifespan, and you should expect to have to replace…

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7 Ways Preventative Maintenance Will Save You Time and Money - Brisull

When you’re busy, it’s easy to overlook some maintenance tasks, particularly those targeting items that are currently in good repair. Letting preventative maintenance slide is a mistake, though, for a variety of reasons.  When your preventative and predictive maintenance program is inconsistent or not clearly defined or followed, you could experience more downtime than you’d…

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