Improve the facilities management service that you provide by using the M3FM Schedule to
- Achieve direct financial control over expenditure and maintenance
- Establish quality control over the standards of workmanship and materials to be incorporated into maintenance, renewals and repairs
- Monitor actual costs
- Highlight trends to inform planned/preventative maintenance expenditure
- Benchmark your repairs costs and performance against peers
What are the advantages of adopting the M3FM Schedule of Rates?
The M3FM Schedule of Rates documentation helps to establish quality control over the standards of workmanship and materials to be incorporated into maintenance, renewals and repairs.
It enables budgeting and financial control over maintenance expenditure.Close
What type of building is covered by the M3FM Schedule?
The M3FM Schedule documentation can be used for the maintenance of all types of public, healthcare, educational and institutional buildings, leisure facilities, residential care homes, student accommodation, hotels, corporate and commercial properties and all types of non- social housing.Close
Is the M3FM Schedule formatted to be held in asset management and repair ordering IT systems?
The M3FM Schedule is in six parts to enable clients to ‘mix and match’ to suit their operational arrangements.
Part 1. External structure and walls
Part 2. Internal structure and plastering
Part 3. Plumbing, heating and electrical works
Part 4. Communal, Mechanical and electrical
Part 5. Swimming pool maintenance
Part 6. Micro generation and energy efficiencyClose
What is included in the M3FM Schedule?
The M3FM Schedule provides standard documentation detailing works descriptions, fully priced orders, contract conditions, based on the TPC2005(amended 2008), preliminaries, service and technical specifications for standards of workmanship, materials and operational conduct, and can be tailored to include specific items or conditions.Close
Are there additional benefits?
The implementation of a standard schedule of rates allows you to monitor actual costs and to highlight trends to inform planned/preventative maintenance expenditure.
The unique code for each job can be used to pass information through your systems and processes efficiently from the point of the repair being reported through to the operative.
You can easily create and interrogate an accurate property repair history database.
Benchmarking your repair costs and performance year on year, between service providers or estates becomes an easy task.Close