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FM Observatory is a platform which develops and disseminates Facility Management information. It’s accessible to all those who’d genuinely like to participate. Ethical use and objectivity are essential, and all results must be shared. You decide how long you devote to it and what you want to achieve.
You can participate as:
We will provide:
All contributions will be given credit in completed projects.
We are part of the European research group and we work in international teams to develop different types of initiatives:
We also work for service providers who require support with decisions linked to:
As accredited experts in the drafting processes of European and International standards on Asset and Facility Management, we are the perfect partner to assist you with:
FMHOUSE is the only Spanish-speaking consulting firm that participates in these processes.
At FMHOUSE we think that progress made in Facility Management should be shared, so we strive to produce and publish the following material:
The “FM Observatory” is open, should you like to contribute with a publication.
Our view of spaces or workplaces from a Facility Management perspective leads to a better understanding of such a need as a service, as it is essential to apply the same logic and methodology.
Generally we offer:
We apply our knowledge and experience to offices, learning spaces, shopping centres and the industrial environment.
In order to make the right decisions, clear accurate market data as well as facts about the organisation itself is essential. In the Facility Management environment, this is even more critical due to the impact it has on business.
Examples of benchmarks:
These services are requested mainly by end users, but also by service providers.
Facility Management’s overarching goal is customer satisfaction, whether they are internal or external. Understanding their feelings and needs is the key to offering a good service.
Our support is based on:
We strive to understand and get to know our clients’ customers, in all sectors and types of businesses.
The Facility Management world is experiencing a major transition to digital environments. We help our clients understand how it impacts them and assist them throughout the change.
Our areas of support are:
We operate as independent advisers, not as brand vendors.
We advise end-users and service providers.
All kinds of companies need to define or improve the way in which it structures supporting activities provided by Facility Management.
Our main products are:
Our proposals are structured according to individual requirements.
We help end customers and also service providers.