With FM:Interact our government clients can manage, share and prove the effectiveness of their initiatives towards improved operational, environmental and financial real estate performance goals.
Increased accountability due to government mandates has created the need for facilities professions to provide insight into the effective management of government real property assets through their entire lifecycle. Requirements for improved operational, environmental and financial performance of government facilities are also at an all-time high.
With FM:Interact our federal government clients can manage, share and prove the effectiveness of their initiatives towards accomplishing these goals.
FM:Interact provides tools for federal agencies to improve operational, financial and environmental performance of federal real property assets. Executive orders have required executive branch agencies to establish asset management plans, measure appropriate performance measures and prioritize actions to ensure the effective management of federal real property assets through their entire lifecycle.
With FM:Interact government facilities professionals can:
- Comply with government mandates and requirements: By providing easy-to-use tools to better understand the utilization and allocation of space our clients are able to improve occupancy rates and space utilization with detailed space inventories, accurate occupancy data and to manage facilities benchmarks. FM:Interact can alert you of high-cost properties or leases through reports and email notifications and can help you manage Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
- Meet and exceed BIM deliverable requirements: The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) requires the delivery of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for major federal building projects. FM:Interact offers a direct integration with Autodesk® Revit® software for BIM which leverages building information modeling data to improve communication and collaboration between stakeholders as a building evolves. This provides an opportunity for architects, engineers, contractors and facility managers to share building information across the entire building lifecycle.