Maintenance and FM guides
These guides will assist faciltities managers (with both a technical and non-technical background) and service providers. For a full list of BSRIA's guides please visit A-Z guides.
This set comprises three BSRIA guides that help with understanding of BIM processes, covering classification, specifications and a roadmap for corporate BIM strategies.
This set includes BSRIA’s guides on Maintenance Contracts, Business-Focused Maintenance, Condition Surveys & Asset Data Capture, and Asset Management & Maintenance Audits, as well as CIBSE’s guide on Maintenance Engineering & Management.
This guide is aimed at helping clients, facilities managers and their organisations to understand better the key success factors in procuring maintenance contracts
Business-focused maintenance (BFM) provides a methodology for utilising maintenance budgets more effectively. The 2nd edition includes the latest methodologies for organisations to maintain critical assets effectively while other less critical assets are managed as well as possible within budget.
Carbon and Cost Analysis Set (CC1)
by Churcher D, Prof Hammond G, Jones C. - Editors Lowrie F. Tse P
BSRIA's set of three guides covering carbon, cost and environmental analysis. Contains Life Cycle Costing (BG 67/2016), Life Cycle Assessment (BG 52/2013) and Embodied Carbon – the inventory of carbon and energy (BG 10/2011).
This guide replaces BG5/2008, Whole Life Costing and presents a simple process for the calculation of life cycle costs. Life cycle costing complements the move towards use of information models to improve asset and project management.
BSRIA's set contains 2015 GSL guide, How to Procure Soft Landings, Soft Landings Framework, Soft Landings Core Principles and Pitstopping guides
This briefing note provides an overview of the Government Soft Landings (GSL) policy and a comparison with the BSRIA Soft Landings Framework.
This guide explains how to use Building Performance Evaluation (BPE) to address issues of inefficiency and user dissatisfaction. It is a general introduction to BPE, and explains why it is important and how it can be carried out.
This guide will help an organisation to chart or map their corporate BIM strategy (which meets the Level 2 requirement by UK Government) via a number of clear steps. It will put all the concepts such as PAS 1192-2 into a common framework to demonstrate how they relate to each other.