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Getting Started with Schools Facilities Management

The field of school facilities management in the UK is continuously changing. As new technologies emerge and regulations shift, the approach to maintaining schools is likely to transform significantly compared to previous years. It remains crucial to find and apply strategies to lower the costs of facility maintenance.

Efficient and regular building maintenance is essential for the safety and longevity of your facilities while ensuring that any maintenance issues do not cause disruptions or other problems for business operations. When it comes to school facility management or other educational environments, it can be quite a task, and it’s often the case that schools do not know where to start. 

Paul Bullard, Product Director at SFG20, which sets the industry standard for building maintenance specifications, has offered his expertise on the significance of facility management in educational institutions and provided several key recommendations for decreasing maintenance expenses.

His insights include:

  • What is school facility management?
  • Why is school facility management so important?
  • Reducing facility management expenses
  • Prioritising preventative maintenance, rather than carrying out work reactively
  • Providing the safest and best school environment for students and teachers, to encourage productivity and avoid non-compliance repercussions
  • Improving facility maintenance planning and organisation

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Paul Bullard is the Product and Professional Services Director at SFG20, the industry standard for facility maintenance specifications. Paul works to bring new technology to the FM space to help managers, building owners and contractors effectively deal with today's industry challenges.

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