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Facilities

• Accounts management
• Architectural and space planning
• Assessments and planning
• Asset Management
• Authority approvals
• Fabric and equipment audits
• Facilities Management operating models
• Fire and air-conditioning
• Interior design
• Lease negotiations
• Life Cycle Costing
• Maintenance management
• Management of the Body Corporate
• Procurement and Supply Chain
• Risk, health and safety services
• Soft Services
• Technical Facilities Management
• Tenant installations

Maintenance

The efficient and effective maintenance of buildings is important in ensuring the optimal and productive use of the buildings in the proction of goods and services for the business entity. Maintenance is important in preserving the asset and ensuring optimal life cycle usage and prolonging the RUL of an asset. The following Mabcor Solutions practices are considered:

  • Reactive maintenance (Reacting to emergencies and provided on an as and when needs basis ad-hoc)
  • Routine maintenance (Planned and managed through known and calculated predetermined intervals)

It is common practice to provide a combination of both above practices to ensure the proper and efficient maintenance of the assets. Routine maintenance is particularly important and although many organizations do not prescribe to such practices, Mabcor Solutions offers maintenance by any combination of the following services:

  • In-house services providing maintenance to the fabric and building assets as an on-site service operating from the client’s premises or an off-site service operating from Mabcor Solutions premises.
  • Managing and auditing the maintenance service provided for, or on behalf of the client, by the client or landlord
  • Outsourced services provided by external sub-contracted companies

Maintenance services generally cover the following:

  • Electrical installations, networks, lamping, generators and UPSs
  • HVAC and air-conditioning mechanical installations
  • Internal and external general fabric
  • Roofs and gutters
  • Mechanical machineries
  • Plumbing and fire reticulation
  • Some specialist equipment such as gas and health equipment

Maintenance is provided against properly developed and managed SLA agreements which cater to:

  • Condition based maintenance
  • Penalties and key performance indicators
  • Planned (scheduled) maintenance
  • Reactive maintenance