Stirling-based Richard Irvin FM has taken a contract to deliver planned preventative maintenance (PPM) and reactive maintenance services at three colleges in the Glasgow area.
Glasgow Clyde College, Glasgow Kelvin College and West College Scotland collectively serve more than 43,000 students and staff.
This new partnership will see the FM provider’s mobile services team collaborate with each college to achieve the schedule of works programmed and meet each of the KPIs set for the reactive service provision through the firm’s ‘right-first-time’ approach.
The engineers will work with each college to implement ‘a robust and compliant process’ using its in-house CAFM system, FMSERV, to save the colleges’ time, bring down costs and offer clear insights into how their campus estate is running.
Mark Buchan, CEO at Richard Irvin FM, said: “Not only are we responding well to doing business in a slightly different way, we are delivering our services innovatively that keeps health and safety and compliance at the forefront of everything we do. Our approach to our clients helps to shape the way we do business together in the long term.
“Richard Irvin FM Limited has a long-standing working relationship, amassing over 15 years with the colleges and this appointment is testament to the hard work and professionalism of our mobile services division.”
The firm employs 335 people and provides a broad scope of services for educational establishments across Scotland and England including planned and reactive maintenance, comprehensive plant and system replacement and upgrades, full project management services and energy management to reduce utility bills and CO2 emissions.
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