What is a Building Services Manager?
A Building Services Manager often work alongside Estimator and Construction Delivery teams and are responsible for ensuring affordability, efficiency and quality across the design, installation and maintenance of essential systems. Systems can include, Water, gas and electricity supplies, Lighting, heating and air-conditioning, ICT, Security systems and Lifts and escalators.
What are the typical duties and activities for a Building Services Manager?
From employer to employer the job description of a Building Services Manager will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Reviewing installation plans and specifications to ensure that they deliver what the building/client needs
Reviewing prices for services work
Testing and checking installations
Making sure jobs meet building regulations and health and safety requirements
Attending meetings and presenting ideas and progress reports to managers and clients
Skills required to be a successful Building Services Manager
To be successful as a Building Services Manager, the below skills are important;
Good team working skills
Effectively communicate - verbal and written
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House of Music
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House for Psychosocial Care and Living
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