Abans FMI offers Facility Management Service to Department of Labour

Christel Deskins

‘Mehewara Piyasa’, situated at Narahenpita, the 32-storey building complex, which houses the Department of labour and other institutions under them, currently holds the record for being the tallest building owned by the Government. Being a location where all social protection services are under one roof, the complex has allowed the […]

‘Mehewara Piyasa’, situated at Narahenpita, the 32-storey building complex, which houses the Department of labour and other institutions under them, currently holds the record for being the tallest building owned by the Government.

Being a location where all social protection services are under one roof, the complex has allowed the government to offer more efficient services to the public. To ensure its facilities are operating at optimal capacity for the many visitors that walk through its doors, the Department of Labour has secured the services of Abans FMI (Facilities Management Integrated.

“We are honored to be working with the Department of Labour. Currently, we are the only company in Sri Lanka utilizing Computer Aided Facilities Management software and other modern tools. Our strong focus on quality with the sophisticated use of technology has eliminated much inefficiency to facilitate prompt preventive maintenance and offer optimal performance,” commented FMI Director Dr. Manish Shrivastava.

Since its inception five years ago, Facilities Management Integrated (Pvt) Ltd. has adopted an approach that utilizes sophisticated technologies and a stringent focus on quality in its processes to provide Facility Management Services for its clients. This is reflected by the company’s many certifications, which include the ISO 9001:2015 and the ISO 45001:2018 certifications, Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management, British Institute of Cleaning Science, CIDA and CCI.

Recently, FMI also introduced Computer Aided Facilities Management and some other technologies to monitor the status of their facilities in real-time and also address any concerns instantly through the mobile app.

Looking towards the future, FMI is confident of Sri Lanka’s economic growth. As the nation develops, the company expects the market for Facilities Management to grow tremendously. By investing in Computer Aided Facilities Management and developing quality-driven processes, FMI continues to be fastest growing and most decorative service provider in Sri Lanka.

Adopting an integrated approach, FMI ensures these different tasks integrate seamlessly into the daily operations of organizations. With several years of experience, the company is a market leader offering its services to several local conglomerates and multinationals. They are Soft Services (housekeeping /cleaning, landscape and gardening, pest control etc.) Hard Services (electro– mechanical operations, HVAC, electricity and water distribution, firefighting systems, generators, UPS, CCTV, BMS etc.) Corporate Support Services (receptionist, driver, store keeper, skilled/ non skilled manpower supply) Repair and Maintenance (ground field/ green field projects, breakdown management etc.) and Security (security services and HSE compliances) Digital Documentations (asset tagging, digital inventory and e-documentation)

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