Nelmac operates and manages facilities and assets for local authorities and large commercial clients. These facilities are wide ranging and our portfolio include wastewater treatment plants, marinas, parks and reserves, civic buildings and community halls, sports pavilions, commercial premises and even a crematorium.
Facilities management services
- Lease / rent management
- Preventative maintenance scheduling
- Reactive maintenance
- 24/7 response to issues
- Trade services including building and carpentry, electrical, plumbing and light engineering
- Risk identification and mitigation
- Legislative compliance
- Subcontract management
- Condition assessment
- Life-cycle costing
- Special investigations and trouble-shooting
- Project management on-site
- Manage and meet facilities budgets
- Liaising with building owners / occupiers, other service providers and contractors
- Managing maintenance and project budgets
For more than 20 years, Nelmac has been delivering comprehensive building maintenance services for large and small facilities. Our integrated approach generates cost savings and business efficiencies for our clients, often exceeding their expectations. Many of the facilities we maintain are for local authorities, so providing a value-for-money and quality service is important to them and the communities they serve.
Nelmac's maintenance team are constantly seeking to optimise the 'running' of a facility and maximise its availability for use. For example, by using technology like thermal imaging of switchboards we proactively find faults and irregularities and resolve them before they cause a power outage, risky failure and associated serious disruption.
Whether its a wastewater treatment plant, civic building or community housing complex, Nelmac's systemised approach to managing maintenance requirements ensures that all regulatory and compliance obligations are constantly met.
We create and maintain positive relationships with stakeholders. When essential repairs or maintenance necessitate disruption to stakeholders, our teams engage with those affected parties to clearly communicate our plans. Keeping everyone well-informed is one way we can minimise the inconvenience.