Tag Archives: Property Maintenance

A few Helpful Hints for correct Elevator Etiquette Many of us use elevators every day from the city to the suburbs, in commercial office buildings, to apartment buildings, to the shopping center car park. There are times when you ride solo and there are time when you ride with others. So what are the rules […]

Tenant Lease In the larger commercial buildings and retail centers a tenant might find a condition in their lease instructing them to use the base building cleaning company for their janitorial requirements; why would the landlord have such a requirement. This requirement is actually in the benefit for both the landlord and the tenant, as […]

Pest Control Pigeons Are Pigeons leaving unsightly droppings on your building and car park pipes, ledges, and facades? Have the pigeons damaged your property? Is the property devalued or less inviting as a result? What are you doing about it? Pigeons find favorite places to nest in Commercial buildings, residential apartment buildings, warehouses, industrial; there […]

One strategy which will make your day better in operations management Operations Strategy for Commercial Buildings Engaging vendors, suppliers and contractors which communicate status information with you, as the facility manager, even when there is bad news, keeps you, the facility manager, “in the loop”. These contractors are more useful in managing a commercial building […]

Asset Register Core Information Implementing and maintaining an asset register, which serves to document the building’s service’s and fixed assets, offer the opportunity to improve the overall performance of the building in more than one discipline and often, with little cost. It’s not until an operator such as a building manager, or engineering manager, look […]

Crisis Management We all have different ideas of what a crisis within your facility really is, and we all have different priorities based upon the commercial landlord, the purpose of the building, the tenants priorities and the location of the building. We all have our limitations of what we can cope with and what we […]

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