Perform, Prevent, Predict, Protect

With the increase in infrastructure -property-related- investments by hi-tech companies due to global outsourcing of back office and research operations, there has been an increase in demand for professional awareness. Multinationals and following on foot the local market expect buildings and infrastructure capabilities similar to the facilities overseas. Understanding the complexities of technologies used in various operations, consultants, builders, contractors, property managers and facilities and real estate managers today need to understand the new requirements of the facilities and real estate environment.

While the concept of facilities and real estate management has caught on internationally, the need is now being felt to establish a professional framework that caters to the needs of organisations looking to improve the quality standards and operational handing of the built environment.

Specific sectors where facilities and real estate management offers scope are, hotels, hospitals, townships, shopping malls, IT services, pest control, property management, engineering, utilities, water and sewage treatment, procurement, fleet management and more.

In this FM profession, where an increasing demand for knowledgeable people, where there is a tendency for outsourced support, a strong need for cost savings, in a high technology environment facing day to day innovations, in this tension, there is an unmistakable demand for a decision making business partner or professional.

The services Group-FSA is offering on an international base to the local facilities and real estate market aims for operators, managers and owners to gain a realistic insight on the current situation of the status on all levels related to the property. In detail to help get practical knowledge of the planning and project management, operations and maintenance, real estate conditions, quality assessment procedures. Group-FSA offers its professional knowhow in relation to the implementation of innovations, human and environmental factors, finance, communication, and
all trades pertaining to facilities and real estate activities.