PAC Group | Building Fabric Maintenance

Building Fabric Maintenance

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PAC Facilities Management offer a full range of Building Fabric Maintenance and Refurbishment services, including: roofing, flooring, glazing, drainage, landscaping, joinery, tiling, ceilings, access doors, plastering, painting, and building works.

Building Fabric Maintenance is often treated as a reactive task. However, this can lead to the deterioration of building fabric, reduced asset value, and a lower quality user experience for staff and visitors. Ultimately these factors, as well as the higher costs associated with the refurb or replacement of building fabric assets due to a lack of scheduled maintenance, mean many clients opt for a Building Fabric Planned Maintenance service.

Planned maintenance requirements for external assets are usually based on the location and construction of the building, and are unlikely to change once defined in the Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) schedule. The PPM requirements for internal assets can vary based on usage and budget constraints, which is why PAC FM work with our clients to define a specific maintenance schedule tailored to your individual needs.

PAC FM’s bespoke Building Fabric Maintenance Packages offer a cost-effective solution that helps to ensure:

  • Flexibility in delivering a Planned Preventive Maintenance schedule.
  • Effective budgeting and future planning.
  • Effective service delivery measured against Service Level Agreements and KPIs.
  • Assets are maintained and sweated for their full lifecycle, maximising value.

Where building refurbishment or repair is required, PAC Facilities Management are on-hand to help you every step of the way. Contact our team for more information, or email

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