What is Facility Management?
Facility management is an interdisciplinary field devoted to the
coordination of space, infrastructure, people and organization, often
associated with the administration of office blocks, arenas, schools,
sporting complexes, convention centers, shopping complexes, hospitals,
hotels, etc. – Wikipedia
Facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple
disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by
integrating people, place, process and technology. – IFMA
(International Facility Management Association)
• Daily Cleaning
• Periodical Cleaning
• Segment Cleaning
• Special Cleaning
• Physical Security
• Technical Installation
• Front & Back Office
• Welfare Facilities
• Labour Supply
• Building & Ground
• Energy Management
• Damage Control
• Contract Catering
• Event Catering
• Confectionary Services
• Vending Services
What are the Core Competencies of
Communication Human Factor
Quality Real Estate
A facility manager is responsible for an effective and strategic planning that
simplifies the day-to-day business operations of an organization, with paying
special attention to its infrastructure management.
A facility manager looks after various aspects, including:
• Vendor Management
• Contract Management
• Client Management
The have to ensure the most suitable work environment by using
best practices that reduce operational costs and boosts productivity.
Implementing a Facility Management Software
can reduce the workload of facility
Roles & Responsibility of a Facility Manager
Building & Ground Maintenance
Ensuring proper maintenance of
buildings, ground and other
commercial properties belonging
to the business organization.
Ensuring cleanliness of the office area and
Ensuring complete security of
employees and commercial properties.
Ensuring complete safety of employees in the
case of fire.
Ensuring the best utilization of available safe
without compromising with safety standards.