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BFM5 Set - Building Maintenance Set (BFM5)

Features

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 M.

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    • Hard copy
    • £125.00
    • £125.00
    • £195.00

Full description

This set of five guides provides the building owner or facilities manager with good practice guidance for operating and maintaining buildings, and is offered at a much reduced price compared to purchasing individual guides.

  • BG66/2016 Maintenance Contracts: A guide to best practice for procurement helps clients, facilities managers and their organisations to understand better the key success factors in procuring maintenance contracts.
  • BG53/2016 Business-Focused Maintenance provides a methodology for utilising maintenance budgets more effectively to ensure the most critical assets are maintained whilst the less critical assets are managed as well as possible within budget.
  • BG35/2012 Condition Surveys and Asset Data Capture delivers practical advice on the most suitable type of survey, how to do the survey, and how to undertake non-destructive testing and grading.
  • BG24/2012 Asset Management and Maintenance Audits provides guidance on types of audits, the audit process and the role of the auditor.
  • CIBSE Guide M Engineering and Management identifies current good practice and addresses topics of particular interest and relevance to those involved at all levels in engineering services maintenance.

These guides are available to purchase individually and can be located under the A-Z books list.

Publication details

Author-
PublisherBSRIA/CIBSE
ISBN-
No. of pages1
Number of books in set5
Date publishedDecember 2016

FAQs

If you have any specific questions about this publication please contact our Publications Manager David Bleicher on +44 (0)1344 465529 or david.bleicher@bsria.co.uk