• Facilities Management
  • Maintenance
  • Analysis and Diagnosis
  • Building Project Management
  • Energy Solutions
  • Soft Services
  • IT & Software Solutions

Efficiency, Cost Reduction

Modern buildings are equipped with a number of technological innovations and technical equipment that provide greater comfort and safety levels to the user. Therefore, the adequate conservation and maintenance of those equipment and systems is a highly important issue. This means it is necessary to adopt efficient and cost effective working methods.

In this respect costs rationalization is essential, but maintenance should not be understood as an inevitable liability and an unrecoverable cost. Adopting adequate working methods will ensure the client a more efficient, cost effective operation.

  • Civil Construction
  • Electrical Facilities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Ventilation
  • Lifts
  • UPS
  • Telecommunications
  • Structured Networking
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Transformer Substations
  • CCTV
  • Industrial Facilities
  • Swimming Pools
  • Electronics Safety

Maintenance Management

The Maintenance Services management and organisation require detailed information on the active equipment and systems. Nowadays it is not enough to have a maintenance team to optimize costs and solutions. Whereas sometimes clients have their own human resources, in many cases programming suitable and efficient Maintenance of facilities and equipment proves to be more important than the performance of tasks.

Technology Management | Technology Associated to Human Resources

  • Preventive Maintenance Plans Layout and Team Management
  • Equipment and Premises Assessment
  • Preventive Maintenance Plan Assessment, Revision and Adjustment
  • Equipment and Facilities Inventory
  • Execution Control
  • "Outsourcing" Management
  • Analysis and Diagnosis
  • Consumptions and Energy Management
  • Consultancy in the segment of development and implementation of new technical solutions
  • Definition of Spare Parts Stocks
  • Quality Control
  • Running Facilities

Maintenance Models and Philosophies

There are various Maintenance Models and Philosophies: Thus it is important to define, for each compound and equipment, the maintenance philosophy and the most suitable model to be adopted, taking into account the required reliability and continuously weighting the cost-benefit.

Life Cycle | Building Life Cycle management

In addition to Maintenance, Life Cycle Management also deserves some attention. Assessment is required regarding end-of-life equipment or equipment with many operating hours, to decide replacement or undertaking a comprehensive repair. Life Cycle assessment should inevitably be considered under an economic point of view, in order to determine the best long-term solutions.

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TDGI uses a Maintenance Management Software as a Tool for maintenance management of premises and equipment. Computer Assisted Maintenance is a working tool that enables us to increase production and operation equipment availability, to optimize maintenance costs and also to increase the entire production reliability. This tool offers the manager the possibility to make sustained decision making based on technical data, on safety and working procedures, on historic background and on statistic analysis of cost, time, breakdowns, etc.

Glose EAM | Day-to-day Operation management

  • Storage and Stock Management
  • Agendas
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Cost Control
  • Facilities Historic Background
  • Labour Control
  • Technical Specifications of Equipment
  • Multipoint and Remote Access to Information
  • Outsourcing Management and Control
  • Management Reports