Planned maintenance or planned preventive maintenance works can fall into two categories. Some works have to be carried out to comply with legislation, and other works can be carried out as part of an overall maintenance management or upgrading to more innovative technology.

Scheduled Maintenance

Planned maintenance should form part of your overall maintenance plans, balancing maintenance spend between planned and reactive works. We work with you to optimise the operation of your building and assets, reviewing any current planned schedules or drawing up new ones.

Once annual or 3 year maintenance plans have been agreed, we ensure that works are completed as scheduled. Web-based, real-time reporting allows you to see exactly what has been, or is due to be done, at any moment in time.

Combining the management of planned and reactive works can deliver efficiencies, allowing planned works to either be carried out at the same time as a reactive call, or allowing a reactive call to be postponed until the cheaper planned visit takes place.
Our management approach focuses on reducing the amount of maintenance visits required, not on keeping our engineers employed.

Asset Management

We assist with your systematic process of deploying, operating, maintaining, upgrading, and disposing of assets cost-effectively. Via our Web portal you will be able to ascertain exactly what assets you have in terms of quantity, age and location, no more guess work when working out the lifecycle of valued equipment.

Legislative Compliance

Our maintenance management team will work with you to draw up an annual planned maintenance schedule to keep you compliant with current legislation. This will be based on the assets you have within your building or across your portfolio.

The resulting maintenance plan ensures that works are carried out when required, test certificates are kept up to date and additional remedial work is undertaken if required. Especially valuable for multi-site locations – test certificates are held online and can be viewed as and when required.