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Facilities Management Journal July 2014

CASE STUDY MONARCH As you would expect health and safety is of paramount importance, emergency showers and eye wash stations are found / station is within spitting distance. Best of all however, when FMJ arrives > >/) : swooping through the hangar. As part of Monarch’s pest control initiative Harriet visits every week to make sure no pigeons decide that that the hangar would make a good place for them to start nesting. As you would expect managing such a large and modern site presents plenty $ team. Carl Webb-Snowling joined The Monarch Group as head of property and @# many years working for high street retail 22 JULY 2014 %> : Birmingham hangar but a portfolio of 43 UK properties, that Monarch are looking to grow, and numerous sites abroad. Webb-Snowling missed the build itself, which was undertaken by builders John Sisk and Son, but managed the mobilisation. Naturally the plan was for the new facility and team to be eased in, #Q-1/ “mobilisation is always the hard part”. But 6 5% SERVICES In terms of service provision, Mitie handles #/ / \ providing a particular challenge. Webb- Snowling is determined to make sure this \%„3/ managing director that this building will never look more than six months old,” he )#$ # clearly relishes. To this end he has even ordered special socks for all machinery and / ) \% Under Webb-Snowling, and Dave Major, property and facilities manager, a Monarch As you would expect managing such a large and modern site presents plenty of unique challenges for the resident FM team. ”


Facilities Management Journal July 2014
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