- Evaluation of Performance / status of Building services and provide recommendation and budgetary estimates for systems or equipment upgrade / refurbishment
- Inspect and Identify maintenance required
- Green Building Index & Initiatives
- Building services audit
Facility audits should not be taken lightly. It is a standard method for establishing baseline information about the components, policies, and procedures of a new or existing facility.
A primary objective of a facility audit is to measure the value of an aging asset relative to the cost of replacing that asset. Thus, facility audits are a tool for projecting future maintenance costs.
Facility audits are accomplished by assessing buildings, grounds, and equipment, documenting the findings, and recommending service options to increase efficiency, reduce waste, and save money. Thus, an audit provides the landscape against which all facility maintenance efforts and planning occur.