As a facility owner or manager, you know the value of having accurate and up-to-date record documents for your building. Once construction of a new facility is over and the final as-builts have been submitted to you for project close-outs, you need to immediately have a plan in place to maintain those documents moving forward. Even in a new building, changes to your mechanical and electrical systems begin to occur very quickly. If you do not have a plan in place to capture those changes, you lose the value of the as-builts that you paid for.
We manage and maintain record documents for financial institutions, large high rise facilities and mission critical data centers. We know the right questions to ask so that changes in your facility are accurately captured and maintained. We can help you implement a plan so that any time a change is initiated, you and your team have a procedure that your contractors follow to document and submit the correct information. By having this system in place and enforcing it for anyone working in your facility, you will ensure that you have accurate historical data as your building changes and evolves.
Having accurate record documents will save you money in the long run. When an electrical outlet needs to be added, you won't have to have an electrician search your facility for a spare circuit and trace them out. Your electrician will know where to go before he even arrives on site. Also, in times of crisis when every minute is critical, you don't want to have to guess where a problem is coming from. Without proper documentation, you could spend days tracking down problems but with the right information, you will know exactly where to go and how all systems are integrated with one another.
Our clients count on us to maintain record documents for their buildings because we provide quick response times, high security and we maintain confidentiality. You can trust that we will update your documents correctly and provide you with the latest and most up-to-date copy so that you can do your job without having to worry about the accuracy of your documents.