Moving from spreadsheets to FM software

Moving from spreadsheets to FM software

Are your spreadsheets still serving you well, or is it time to make the move into new technologies and the use of FM software? You know the score, it’s late on Friday and there’s a pool of water collecting by the central heating boiler in the East Building. Who to...

Spreadsheet data for CAFM

Sometimes it can feel like you’re trying to peer through the shutters around your data to gain insights into your information, especially when all your data is contained on spreadsheets. Using spreadsheet data for CAFM does work but some FMs reach a point where their...
Preventing damage to underground utilities

Preventing damage to underground utilities

Preventing damage to underground utilities in estates   Underground assets and buried services in the estate are essential to keeping buildings working and staff delivering services. Out of sight needn’t be out of mind. Read our post on the Facilitate...
How to improve the management of underground assets

How to improve the management of underground assets

 More than 4 million excavations take place on UK roads each year with approximately 60,000 utility strikes occurring annually in the UK alone contrasted with 500,000 in the USA. These excavations are from essential work by asset owners in laying and maintaining...
NUAR – Surfacing more than just buried infrastructure

NUAR – Surfacing more than just buried infrastructure

The National Underground Asset Register (NUAR) project, led by the Geospatial Commission, has successfully raised the profile of managing underground assets and buried services and the benefits to the UK economy of doing so. We now await the next steps in the process...
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