BASED FACILITY MANAGEMENT
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The CBFM services involve several activities working together to provide The
Total Solution package. The
services become multi-user. The
large company may have a greater interest in the lease management services or
the communication tool services. Large
corporations and government institutions may be more concerned with building
evaluation, planning and asset management services.
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This is a consultation service in which
facilities management and design professionals of FAH, Incorporated,
provide clients with a study to evaluate and match the clients needs
and goals with an existing or proposed building or with the marketplace.
The report provides solid information to help make planning decisions and
assist in the relocation process.
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Planning services allow the facilities manager
to examine alternative solutions. The
manager can then draw on the systems power to create hypothetical
scenarios and explore a variety of different approaches.
Tracking is the most crucial element in
producing a cost-effective facilities management system.
Asset Management Services create an electronic database of buildings,
furniture, equipment and locations to whatever level of documentation a
client may desire. This
service creates accurate inventory listings and comparative need-vs-resource
analyses, bidding and costing lists, subcontractors information,
scheduling, and schedule monitoring.
Lease Management Services are divided into two
packages to provide an effective understanding of commitments and
The Lease Control Module records and evaluates
attributes, features and characteristics of leased properties. The idea is to show an organization what it is getting for
The second module is in the Lease Monitor which
tracks expiration dates, options, escalation clauses, and subleases.
It also generates reports of changing occupancy levels and maintains
space utilization records.
The Communication Tools block of the CBFM
package provides graphic reports designed to assist in marketing,
leasing, management information, standardized maintenance procedures,
visual explanations of expansion plans and a host of additional valuable
charts and graphs.
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