CAN you do more with less? KE says YES, you can! Is the start of the new year bringing some challenges? If you’re considering a facility maintenance program but have been asked to do more with less, does that mean you have to do without? Learn what smart facility managers and maintenance teams are doing without this year.
Efficiency without Cost
Creating a plan and scheduling building work keeps a project on track, but outsourcing is a better way to improve efficiency. Agents, like electrical contractors, can take on the complex aspects of a project, which is a better way to manage your time and internal resources.
Outsourced teams have cutting-edge tooling technology, trained knowledge of system mechanics, and are certified to work on both older as well as modern, sophisticated equipment. They carry skills and resources that may be out of reach for in-house teams.
There are cost-savings too. When outsourcing, facilities managers will be able to apply fixed costs to the project, and this can potentially cut overall facility management expenses.
Energy Savings without Complication
Energy management is always on the minds of facilities managers. Simply put, it’s a better way to do business. Automation regulates climate making curbing energy usage easy. Integration of energy saving systems, like water-cooled chillers, reduces operating costs.
Whether involved in manufacturing, commercial office space, hospitality or retail, engaging a certified contractor to perform an energy audit is the best way to discover where to find savings. An electrical contractor can provide a comprehensive and tactical survey along with a financial analysis for each identified measure.
Workforce without Wait
Staffing is an area where facilities managers truly feel the pinch. More now are relying on supplemental labor to help in-house staff cope with unplanned projects. Initiating a long-term maintenance program with a reputable electrical company ensures your facility won’t falter because you’re short-handed.
Outsourcing prevents loss of productivity in an emergency because it mitigates the time needed to hire more labor. Plus it’s a great way to manage risk. Reputable electrical contractors will provide personnel that are trained and certified to be in compliance with regulations. Finally, a maintenance program can control labor costs because managers can direct labor volumes depending on what’s needed and where people are needed most.
Kenny Electric can help you improve quality, reduce costs and manage projects more efficiently. Give us a call.