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Outsourcing the facilities support function is becoming a trend because it is cost effective for building owners.
Service providers must evaluate their most pressing challenges and understand that there is a technology to help solve those issues.
For 2014, the Cleaning & Maintenance Management team updated its Building Survey Contractor (BSC) Survey to provide accurate information involving the latest trends and most pressing issues in the BSC market.
Building service contractors and prominent cleaning professionals from over 20 countries are attending this year's event.
As the cleaning and maintenance industry enters a new year, it is faced with a number of intimidating market challenges.
It’s not uncommon to see building service contractors and in-house cleaning managers juggling the procurement of products, tools and equipment from multiple suppliers and multiple locations.
When it comes to bidding, you’re price must be right, i.e. in a range that is competitive and what the buyer is willing and able to pay. But other things have to be right, too.
When it comes to smaller commercial facilities such as offices, building service contractors (BSCs) and facility managers (FMs) typically can estimate their cleaning needs, the amount of time it should take, how many workers will be needed, and with this information, an idea of how much the work will cost.
University dorms, classrooms and other buildings will see an increase in traffic, and cleaning frequency will need to increase to keep these facilities clean and safe for students.
The days of putting together cleaning bids with such basic information are now over. Today’s facilities tend to be used very differently from those in the past.