Offering a fully integrated building fabric and engineering services solution, the Malcolm Hollis Planned Maintenance (PM) team provides PM reports outlining effective repair strategies to ensure a built asset's long-term value/condition is preserved or even enhanced.

Adopting a pro-active, rather than reactive approach to building maintenance by putting in place a PMR provides numerous benefits for building owners and tenants alike and a properly drafted report is an invaluable component of good estate management.

Working in tandem with our specialist, in-house M&E and environmental teams we offer an integrated building fabric and engineering services solution.  Drawing on our extensive experience in dealing with buildings of all sizes spanning the full range of property sectors, our PM reports identify, accurately cost and programme current and predicted repairs, maintenance and replacements.  In doing so we ensure that any major or disruptive work is phased and coordinated in order to minimize inconvenience to occupiers.

We provide total flexibility in producing reports to suit exact requirements from broad overviews to detailed schedules of works that can easily be converted into specifications.  We also offer competitive and comprehensive project management services, for the implementation of these works should this be required.

We also ensure that existing and known future legislative requirements are properly incorporated into the PMR, which is particularly important given the ever-tightening requirements for the energy efficiency of leased property and also as regards access and facilities for disabled people.

Our expertise in landlord and tenant matters also means that where a landlord seeks to recover repair costs from tenants via a service charge we recognise the importance of value for money and transparency – both in terms of proposed works and costs – and strive to secure vitally-important, all-party support for a scheme.  Importantly, we always ensure that the costs involved are evenly spread so that unwelcome spikes in service charges are eliminated as far as possible.