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Hard FM services are the services that cannot be removed from the premises and are directly related to the fabric of the building. These services ensure that the health, safety and welfare of employees are adhered to and most of these are required by law. Hard FM Services include but are not limited to Lighting, Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning, Building Maintenance and Fire Safety systems.
Baachu through this report on Hard FM services provides a glimpse of this market and its share in the overall FM Market. As per the contract database available with Baachu, Hard FM Services contribute to 36% of the overall FM Market in UK with a Total contract value of £39.2 billion for services that include Construction works, Repair & Maintenance, Refurbishment and M&E.
The report is unique and different from other market reports on similar topic for its treatment of the subject with real contracts and their estimated value. The report complements other reports and can be used in combination to make it a potent usable information tool for FM stakeholders.
The report is recommended to all FM stakeholders in general and FM supplier community of Hard FM services in particular.
Table of Contents:
In this report, you get an in-depth data dissection of the Hard FM contracts and the opportunities that will be available in the next 5-6 Quarters. The report broadly covers:
- Overall FM Market
- Market segregation for Soft, Hard and Integrated FM
- Sectoral Analysis
- Top players in the Hard FM Space
- Upcoming Opportunities
About The Author
MANAGING DIRECTOR & GLOBAL HEAD OF STRATEGY
Baskar founded Baachu Rain in 2016 and directs the firm’s research strategy across all practice areas. He also leads the Facilities Management and Justice practice on an interim basis. Baskar has over fifteen years of experience in strategy consulting and research. He previously worked for Serco PLC. Baskar holds a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London.