Want a supplier who can be SMART in supplying your building services? Do you change providers but always get the same solution? Confused about what you need to do to tender services out and what commercial model is best?
I have been working in the built environment for over 25 years and have sold, operated and have tendered for some of the largest portfolios in the country for building services. As a massive advocate in finding the correct supplier that suits you, and that won't always be my business!
I wanted to host a non-sales session based on my experience of how to find the ideal operational model, value, commercial & contract model and partner for your building engineering and service needs. Creating a simple path to giving the right information and making the right decisions based on your building and your assets.
Join me to discuss how to get the best out of choosing a provider for your buildings, what commercial models are available? and for handy hints on how to get the best value between reactive and PPM models.
We will focus on what an asset list is, what services specifications are available, what is SFG20 and what is an absolute must-have level of service to keep you compliant. How the condition of your asset pool should guide your purchasing decisions. What technologies are available to give great first-time fix and response times for reactive tasks.
How to manage your compliance and how to make sure you have the basics covered to ensure you can get on the journey to innovation, CSR, energy management and successful partnerships.
A star wars geek, car enthusiast, mum of 3, and massive lover of tequila and cake; Claire part owns the largest privately owned specialist M and E company in the UK. Next year she will become the 3rd female president of the UKs largest trade association in the built environment - BESA. Having trail blazed in a seriously male dominated sector, Linaker, Claire’s 4th child, has seen 120% organic growth in 4 years. A multi-award winning passionate pioneer of bringing your authentic self to work, she demonstrates why being everything anyone shouldn’t be; traditionally in the engineering sector, has been an asset not an obstacle to loving the journey.