Technical facility management focuses on the operation of properties and their technical systems. Therefore, it is one of SAUTER FM’s core areas of expertise. This area ensures that all the technical equipment systems are reliable and efficient.
With technical facility management, SAUTER provides support for both simple solutions in building automation and highly complex systems. Our knowledge and many years of experience make us an expert partner for our customers, and we are able to evaluate, test, optimise and maintain the widest range of technical equipment systems and media. Our employees receive continuous training in our in-house FM Academy in the technical, commercial and even legal aspects.
In today’s world, the isolation of self-sufficient systems is no longer appropriate or expedient. Only when systems and disciplines are harmonised and their interaction is coordinated is it possible to construct complex buildings and also to operate them economically.
Our services include all activities necessary for the maintenance and management of properties. In addition to usability, this also includes the upkeep of buildings and technical systems, and looking after and managing outdoor areas. We want to ensure a long life cycle for your properties.
The term servicing covers all technical and administrative measures relating to the inspection, maintenance and repair of your technical building systems.
In the event of construction and/or material defects, we ensure simultaneously on two levels that these can be validated and enforced on schedule.
Our help desk offers a central point of contact for all facility management service inquiries. This is backed up by a comprehensive emergency service. Expert employees centrally coordinate your inquiries, malfunction reports, and services relating to your buildings and systems. Even in unusual situations, we attach great importance to concrete, coordinated and individual solutions.
As part of the operational management, we monitor and analyse your systems to ensure the best possible economic and functional operation. In this context, the maintenance history forms the basis for the identification of weak points.