Asset management

Buildings are built for people. They’re built to be used, lived in, worked in. What building occupants don’t want to be too concerned with is the management and maintenance of their facilities. Our Asset Management team specialise in providing the processes to keep your building running smoothly, with the least possible interference.

Operating, running and maintaining a building is essential to continue its useful life. No one wants to invest in a new or existing structure without being able to use it for as long as they can. To this end, we provide technical and strategic advice to allow you to use your building as best as you can.

Our building ‘health checks’ examine any potential risks faced by occupants and if internal systems are operating as originally designed. Maintenance audits confirm that value for money is achieved on an ongoing basis, while involving our Asset Management team from an early stage will guarantee you insight into an end user perspective.

There are wide ranging health and safety requirements associated with occupying a building, and organisations often need some guidance on how best to do it.

To find out how we can make sure your building works the way it should, contact our Asset Management experts or your local office.



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Key contact

Patrick Smallbone


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Regional Leaders


Andy Keelin


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Northern Europe

Mike Cooper


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