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SFG20 is pleased to welcome leading CAFM software platform Concerto as its latest integration partner. The new partnership gives Concerto clients the opportunity to access SFG20’s industry standard software for building maintenance.
SFG DLM is a solution that harnesses the power of BESA’s unique SFG20 maintenance software and combines it with Omni Telemetry’s real-time monitoring systems.
Ventilation has come blinking into the limelight because of the Covid-19 emergency. Building managers are facing detailed questions about how they are improving airflows to help dilute airborne viral loads.
The new Residential Property Functional Set supports transparency on building maintenance safety requirements for all parties.
Featuring over 560 schedules across 22 categories, including specialist equipment found in care homes.
SFG20 has walked away with the prestigious Innovation Award 2020 from the Consulting Excellence Midlands award ceremony.
Industry practitioners – facilities managers, building owners, contractors and consultants – working with permanently installed SAS use SFG20 as an essential tool for their project.
Through this partnership, the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) will be able to offer their members a valuable outlet to share industry news with facilities management decision-makers.
The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and its widely used facilities management solution SFG20 have become affiliates of the UK BIM Alliance.
NBS, the leading specification platform for the construction industry, has announced its partnership with BESA to help drive digital adoption throughout the building lifecycle.
Facilities Show 2020 which was originally scheduled to be staged in May 2020, will now be held at ExCeL London on 8–10 September 2020.
BESA has moved quickly to support the sector by releasing detailed guidance on how buildings can be managed and maintained effectively during the coming weeks and months.
Continuing our series of looking at the non-cladding aspects of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, we now move onto a key part of a passive fire safety strategy; flues and exhausts.
The simple solution to addressing regulation and enforcement does not requires rafts of legislation but the simple enforcement of simplified regulations designed to give us a safe & healthy building environment.
There are rightly calls for wholesale change & after years of sniping at ‘unnecessary regulations’ we may have to reverse the attempts at cutting red tape. But what were those regulations and might they have led to this tragedy?
Passive fire protection, which includes compartmentalization of the entirety of buildings through fire-resistance rated walls and floors, prevents or slows the spread of fire from the room of origin to other building spaces.
It goes without saying that many lessons will have to be learned as a result of the horrifying Grenfell Tower tragedy, but improving the way Building Regulations are applied and enforced should be at the top of the list,
People are already asking questions – questions asked like ‘did the residents have concerns throughout the refurbishment? Were they listened to? If not, why not?
The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), has taken a look at the digital advancements and potential cost savings that could be on offer to the Healthcare industry.
Building owners and operators could save up to 20% on their annual maintenance budgets with the creation of an Approved Provider scheme for the market leading service and maintenance tool SFG20
The Catering Equipment Suppliers’ Association (CESA) and the BESA group have produced an industry recognised set of maintenance schedules designed to help catering managers prolong the operating life of their equipment.
BESA, CIBSE and the Construction Products Association (CPA) have agreed on the respective roles of the ‘LEXiCON’ and ‘BIMHawk’ tools in developing standardised product data parameters and structures.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our first three specialist areas, exclusively for Customiser Compliance and Service Model level subscribers: Catering Lifts & Access Equipment and Workshop Equipment.
SFG20's Bruce Kirton will be presenting alongside Sainsbury's Mark Hawker on the importance of planned maintenance at the upcoming Conference.
SFG20 is continually being enhanced, and the vast majority of these developments are driven by our customers..
The customisable features of SFG20 give subscribers additional control and provide opportunities for cost savings within their business.
Service times are now live for Service Model subscribers with schedules displaying the end-to-end service time to complete the tasks on an individual maintenance schedule.
Service Model subscribers logging into SFG20 from today will notice a new look and feel to their existing service.
BESA is collaborating with CIBSE and IHEEM to raise awareness about IAQ and produce detailed guidance for contractors, designers and facilities managers.
In partnership with Northumbria University, this work will deliver an innovative new application for the industry standard maintenance specification SFG20 web service.
SFG20 won in the Service and Maintenance Initiative of the Year category, being judged as "innovative".