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Introduction to Facilities Management FM


Design & Build Projects. 10 15 year contract options ... Design & Build the minimum FM requirement ... Establish each schools existing FM and associated costs ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Introduction to Facilities Management FM

Introduction to Facilities Management (FM)
Facilities Management
  • Benefits of FM for BSF
  • Maximum benefits can be achieved by transferring
  • all FM services to the LEP. These are
  • Streamlines procurement routes and management
  • Reductions in costs from bulk purchasing
  • Value for Money
  • Single point of contact
  • Risk transfer

Facilities Management
  • BSF project type and FM category
  • PFI Projects
  • 25 year contract
  • All FM services are expected to include
    Caretaker, maintenance, Lifecycle works,
    cleaning, catering, etc.
  • Design Build Projects
  • 10 15 year contract options
  • FM services may vary from the recommended
    complete range of services similar to that of the
    PFI contracts, to the minimum requirement to
    satisfy PfS

Facilities Management
  • Design Build the minimum FM requirement
  • Each school must receive a minimum range of FM
    services to receive BSF investment.
  • Each school will have to provide evidence to PfS
    that the facilities will be properly maintained
    and funds are ring-fenced for this purpose. This
    could be as follows
  • lifecycle works - scheduled renewal or repairs
    of components during the whole life of the
  • planned preventative maintenance periodic
    servicing or works
  • reactive maintenance on the spot repairs, works
    or events
  • grounds maintenance all external works and
  • statutory compliance inspections and works all
    building related legal obligations
  • caretaking services contributes to the delivery
    of the above items

Facilities Management
  • What is the process to determine the range of FM
    services required at each BSF school
  • Meet with Head teachers and key staff to discuss
    the opportunities and proposed BSF FM service
  • Establish each schools existing FM and associated
  • Evaluate each schools existing FM services and
  • Identify any gaps in the existing FM service
  • Estimate the affordability of FM services going
    forward using existing benchmark FM rates from
    BSF schools compared to the schools current FM
  • Discuss all observations with Head teachers and
    key staff, review any findings

Facilities Management
  • Next Steps
  • Submit OBC at the end of March 2008
  • Draft FM Output specifications for all FM
  • Produce estimate costs by the April 2008
  • Work with schools during May 2008 to establish
    detailed school position
  • Macro to review all schools and advise on
  • BSF team to come back to schools with comments
    and advice

Facilities Management
  • Key issues to be considered and managed going
  • Affordability and Value for money
  • Quality and performance of the FM service
  • Existing school staff issues including TUPE
  • Suitable and professional FM services staff
  • Monitoring and control of the FM services
  • Communication/ response of the FM services
  • Existing school FM services operating risks

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