Why Consider Outsourcing Facilities Management
A letter from Tom Cook, Owner/President
"If you are looking to hire a facilities manager and found someone that fits your requirements, congratulations! If you are still looking, you might look into outsourcing your facilities maintenance functions to a facilities management company, like ours. We have over 45 years of experience and it may be less expensive than hiring a full time employee if you consider our knowledge, contacts and expertise.
Plan and Prevent, Don’t React and Disrupt
That's our motto and our modus operandi. Our Passion is helping people. Our Just Cause is “To Improve the Infrastructure Around Us.”
We have helped businesses, organizations, medical centers, schools, and churches for over 15 years to maintain their buildings and prevent system failure. And I’ve been in the facilities management profession since before classic rock was considered classic. It was just rock.
Facilities support consists of many areas and normally involves:
Janitorial, Maintenance, Utilities, Roads/Grounds, Security, Administration, and Engineering.
It also includes building assessments, identifying and tracking facility assets, preventive maintenance schedules, contracts, projects, and general consulting.
And if your business is like most organizations that own or lease a building, you manage your facilities in one of the following ways;
Your on site manager, whose main focus is your customers and operations.
A support person who handles other responsibilities of your organization.
A facilities management department or a single facilities manager.
No matter which of these apply to your organization, we have services that can support you at all levels.
How Much Should You Be Spending?
The question is not how much are you spending on maintaining your building and facilities, it’s “How much should you be spending to maintain your building and facilities?” We can help you figure this out and support you with ongoing services where needed.
Here’s how we've helped our existing customers:
Reduce costs to increase net income.
Reduce operational disruptions and increase production and productivity.
Reduce stress by providing a high level of service.
Provide fiscal accountability and reporting.
You can also download a PDF of our Value Summary here.
Thanks for reading this and if you'd like to learn more about our approach I suggest reading, “Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before They Happen” by Dan Heath. It’s a great book and I think you’ll enjoy it. (I receive no kickback, honest). Thanks!
-- Tom Cook, Owner/President