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Assets are essential to our lives
Everything within the built environment must be maintained and managed. Increasing pressure is placed on these assets, whether through rapid urbanization, aging infrastructure, climate change or water scarcity. Well managed assets can realize huge value, but using outdated approaches can result in underperformance and losses.
We understand asset owners and facilities managers’ challenges, such as:
Finding the optimal balance between operational performance, financial performance, and the risks inherent along the asset lifecycle is challenging, but in order for assets to stand the test of time and to be operationally resilient, you will need greater visibility and more efficient ways of working to ensure costs don’t spiral and quality reduce.
Since 1901, we have been working with companies right across the supply chain, so we understand the challenges you face. We can help you to build organizational resilience, to help you succeed in the long-term, reduce risks and be adaptable to change.
From Standards, Training, Assessment or Software, our clients tell us that our services enable them to improve their products and services, increase their competitive edge, reduce the likelihood of mistakes, and manage their risk.
Working with us provides a business tool which inspires trust.
Our asset management solutions set out good asset management practice, with embedded continual improvement technology.
BSI Kitemark for BIM Asset Management gives you reassurance that asset managers and facilities managers have integrated BIM into their asset management processes. and confirms that Asset Information is accurate and up-to-date.
We have a wide variety of solutions to help you increase performance, manage sustainability and reduce your risks:
Standards for Construction and Built Environment:
Training for Construction and Built Environment:
Assessment for Construction and the Built Environment:
Digital tools for Construction and the Built Environment: