Facilities Management Functions

Facility Management Consulting

AME is dedicated to supporting our clients' needs through creative thinking, and the application of proven engineering and management concepts. A few of the more common examples:


Through the process of re-engineering, all organizational functions are examined for improvement. This requires an objective analysis of the organization to identify the core functions and services that may be better delivered by in-house resources. Once an organizationís core functions and services are identified the internal resources and abilities can be focused for better delivery. Non-core functions and services can be evaluated to determine the most economical delivery options such as outsourcing.


AMEhas provided both formal and informal training programs to update managers, supervisors, and technical, and operations personnel with the information and techniques used in todayís facility management environment. Examples of training programs include various levels of Facility Condition Assessment training and use of AME's Facility Condition Information System. Properly training your knowledgeable in-house resources in the process of performing facility condition assessments will provide you with consistent information and to integrate assessments in your asset management program. AME has also tailored courses for organizations covering such topics as preventive maintenance, work control, and work appraisal