Facilities management

What does a facilities management engineer do?

Facilities management engineers operate and maintain buildings efficiently, in order to make their plant and equipment more reliable, and their operations more efficient. This results in buildings that are more resilient to risk, are cost-effective to maintain and run, use less energy and other resources and are more comfortable and better places in which to work. They also provide technical and managerial support throughout the whole ‘life cycle’ of the facility, from building design to daily operational management.

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BPA's business area is onshore oil and gas pipelines and associated above ground bulk storage and terminal facilities

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Since 1946 Heathrow has been connecting people from around the globe, making us the world's busiest international airport.

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Royal Air Force

The Royal Air Force polices the skies, protecting the UK from threats at home while peacekeeping abroad. Our full and spare-time roles offer skills for life, and a chance to play a part in operations around the world - from providing humanitarian aid to preventing a civil war.

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URS Corporation is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services for public agencies and private sector companies around the world.

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