BUILDING & FACILITIES
Facilities management can be defined as the tools and services that support the functionality, safety, and sustainability of buildings, grounds, infrastructure, and real estate. Facilities management includes: Lease management, including lease administration and accounting.
An agreement entered by a client and a provider specifying the services or personnel to be provided based on mutually-agreed terms and conditions such as prescribed rates, duration of contract and expected output.
Building Administration and Maintenance
Encompasses the broad spectrum of services, competencies, processes, and tools required to assure the building environment will perform the functions for which that facility was designed and constructed. Typically, it includes day-to-day activities necessary for the building structure, its systems and equipment, and occupants/users to perform their intended functions.
Involves restoring a building to an improved condition by replacing and upgrading present components to meet the required standards without altering the original design. While Remodeling involves the complete transformation of the lay-out and structure of a building – often by likewise changing the usage of space.
Type of commercial cleaning that handles various tasks in professional office settings. In the case of Housekeeping, this normally involves providing cleaning services in living areas of houses, apartments, hotels, or other accommodations where people actually stay.