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Facility Management
GCP offers a wide range of integrated services for the effective management and control of the operation of your business.

Facility Management

With the term Facility Management, we define an integrated information system that combines all the services offered as an integrated solution.

The GCP company, incorporating more than 20 years of know-how, is able to provide its customers with high-quality Facility Management services.

Specifically :

  • Management and Technical Maintenance of buildings
  • Cleaning Services
  • Designing green spaces

GCP’s Facility management services are distinguished for their quality, efficiency and flexibility in adapting to your daily workflow and financial budget. They include a multitude of services such as:

  • Management & Technical Maintenance of Facilities
  • Safety & Security of Facilities
  • Facility Cleaning Care
  • Disinfestation & Myocide
  • Integrated Waste Management & Recycling
  • Configuration & Maintenance of Green Spaces

Over the years, facilities management has evolved from being seen as little more than ‘maintenance services to a fully functional, independent authority covering a multitude of services such as pest control, plumbing, fire safety, lighting, heating, etc.

It continues to evolve and become increasingly complex as organizations seek to add more services to their contracts, all under the umbrella of ‘facilities management terminology.

This inevitably leads to the formation of companies that specialize solely in providing facility management services to other organizations so that they can better focus on growing their business.

And when you consider the following reasons for outsourcing facilities management services to third-party professionals, it all boils down to:

Increases cost savings

Outsourcing facility management services to third-party vendors can be extremely cost-effective. Simply put, third-party professionals have the skills, resources, and expertise needed to reduce the cost of traditional managed services.

Additionally, experienced vendors have been in the business for years, so they have developed processes and best practices that can optimize cost savings to the fullest. They also absorb additional employee costs such as training, compensation, and benefits.

Thus, you would definitely pay less for outsourced services than running an in-house facility maintenance team.

Increases responsiveness and timeliness

Having a competent facilities management supplier is important to ensure that your maintenance issues are fixed in a timely manner. Once you’ve outsourced your facility maintenance requirements, it’s the vendor’s responsibility to address issues identified early and, most importantly, prevent major issues from occurring.

With the right supplier, you can be sure that maintenance issues no longer need constant monitoring.