Make Your Capital Investments Have A Greater Return

We have a popular saying, “a deferred maintenance issue will cost you twice as much to repair.” One of the easiest and most successful ways you can get a larger return on your investment in facilities is to properly manage and care for them.

We can asses your existing facilities, prepare maintenance and capital project recommendations and work with your staff to integrate a facilities maintenance program.

A Thoughtful and Routine Maintenance Plan for Your Building and Equipment

Our Facilities Management Program can reduce operating costs and provide more effective direction for your building maintenance and care staff. We will also assess and provide maintenance plans for the equipment within your facility, in addition to caring for the building.

Our most common facility management programs include everything from assessment to training your staff on how to care for equipment. We can tailor a program based on your needs.

Site Inspection and Assessment

We will inspect all:

  • structural concrete
  • roofing systems
  • exterior building materials
  • interior finishes
  • food service equipment
  • mechanical and electrical equipment
  • electrical and fire alarm systems (completed by a licensed electrician)
  • HVAC, plumbing, and sprinkler systems (completed by a licensed mechanical contractor)

Inspection Report and Costs Estimates

  • Provide written report on condition of properties broken down by CSI division.
  • Identify life safety issues.
  • Identify immediate maintenance needs.
  • Develop long-term maintenance program schedule based upon life expectancy of materials.
  • Provide written costs estimate on recommendations.

Inspection Forms and Checklists

We will train your staff on how to use inspect equipment within your buildings and will provide them with inspection checklists for:
  • HVAC equipment
  • electrical equipment
  • interior and exterior building materials

Maintenance Program and Monitoring

  • Develop maintenance program for mechanical and electrical equipment.
  • Work with on-site staff to review and monitor checklist inspections and reporting on a monthly basis.
  • Perform quarterly on-site inspections of property to review any new concerns and confirm accuracy of staff checklists.
  • Provide quarterly written report with photos and estimates on maintenance needs.