Facility Management

Real estate is constantly changing and adapting to its business use and developments. This results in new challenges and tasks for facility management. We support the development process and offer the following services in an advisory and executive capacity:

Services in detail

Different facility management issues arise in different life cycles of a property. IMF provides competent support at the strategic and operational level.

Constant adjustments to laws and regulations make compliance with operator obligations increasingly demanding and challenging. Fehlende Informationen von technischen Anlagen führen zudem zu Problemen bei der Einhaltung gesetzlich vorgeschriebener Prüfungen. A legally compliant building management structure ensures legally compliant and legally secure building operation.

We create:

  • Analysis report and recommendations for action for legally compliant operation
  • Checking and recording technical system data
  • Checklists and test cadastre of systems requiring monitoring and testing
  • Optimisation of maintenance and test calendars
  • Creation of building and plant-related inspection logs

Operating concepts are tailored to operational needs. This integrates facility management as support for the actual production and operating processes.

Our many years of experience include:

  • The development and implementation of operational concepts
  • Promotion and organisation of efficiency in the FM organisation
  • Examination / assessment of “make or buy” strategies

Facility services are usually transferred to service providers. Prices and services are fixed for a certain time. These mostly static connections can increase savings potential and synergies with customised service controlling.

We develop:

  • Analysis of customer-service relationships
  • Recommendations for action for process optimisation
  • Results-oriented and indicator-based control instruments
  • Recording and checking quantities and times

At IMF, we have been working with the BIM methodology for several years. It refers to the complete digital integration and linking of all relevant planning, construction and operation data in a virtual data model. This improves and accelerates the cross-discipline collaboration of all project participants. Our example services are:

  • Checking system conflicts in the coordination model
  • Element-based costs and mass determinations
  • Model-based project management and controlling
  • Element-based component evaluations
  • Use of model-based inventory documentation
  • Integration of the model into the CAFM system and other operator systems

CAFM enables us to provide software-supported information about facilities and facility management processes. This offers us, our partners and ultimately, of course, our customers various advantages. Both in the planning and construction phase as well as in the inventory.

  • Rapid processes
  • Better cost control
  • Higher transparency
  • More comfort
  • Increased safety

The tendering and awarding of FM services is a complex process on which much depends. Ingenieurgesellschaft Meinhardt Fulst can draw on many years of experience in this area. Our tenders are based on a concept that includes the following aspects/steps:

  • Basics and scope of services
  • Inventory data
  • Tender procedure
  • Tender documents
  • Bidding phase
  • Start-up phase
  • Project organization

The primary goal of our profitability analyses is to determine for our clients the most favorable relationship between the purpose pursued and the resources budgeted for it. IMF opens decision bases for FM services and technical equipment of the building, which meet all requirements. In this context, we offer the following services, among others:

  • Check of all requirements in the construction planning
  • Verifications and calculations
  • Analysis of the building envelope and heat supply
  • Determination of characteristic values for electricity, heat, water
  • Proposals for energy optimization
  • Estimation of costs and profitability of individual measures
  • Pollutant balancing
  • Advice on alternative energy use systems

The Building Energy Act - GEG - is also the "Act on Energy Saving and the Use of Renewable Energies for Heating and Cooling in Buildings". It regulates the energy inspection of air conditioning and ventilation systems in non-residential buildings. IMF inspects according to §§ 74-77 GEG with the following services, among others:

  • Pre-inspection
  • Inspection of the supply areas and determination of the building/zone parameters
  • Metrological investigations
  • Inspection of control parameters
  • Inspection of plant technology
  • Preparation of the inspection report
  • Explanation of the results

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