A buildings life cycle can at many times be predicted, and a team approach to asset management from the day a building is acquired can make sure unnecessary disruption is minimized, the asset kept in its best condition, occupiers managed and costs controlled.
With many service charges fixed for years to come, or limited increases possible, maintenance programs need to focused on clear commercial objectives, rather than book based expectations. Maintenance programs also need to consider and link in with the time an asset is to be held by an investor, tenant lease lengths and the impact of statute such as the Energy Act 2011.
Vantage Building Consultancy can assist preparing a maintenance schedule that reflects your needs. Our template can be adapted to suit your requirements so it works for our clients not the advisor who prepared the document.
Britannia Mills, Manchester
UK Private Client
Planned Preventative Maintenance