Enhancements to SFG20 web site

SFG20, maintenance

B&ES Publications has launched a customer-facing web site for SFG20, the definitive standard for building maintenance. In addition, most service-model subscribers can now access service timings as standard.

Bruce Kirton, chief executive of B&ES Publications, said, ‘Since we first launched in 1990 as SMG90, our SFG20 library of maintenance specifications for building engineering services has grown to become the industry-recognised standard for planned maintenance and an essential tool in tendering, service-level remodelling and auditing.

‘We have enhanced our web site to make it easier for people to find out more about SFG20, the subscriber levels available and how it has helped other companies — as well as giving the opportunity to arrange a free, no-obligation product demonstration.

‘The addition of service timings strengthens the role SFG20 plays in tendering processes and will enable subscribers to keep closer control of costs by giving them a benchmark for the time taken to complete certain activities.’

More information is available on the web site below, as well as a short video and the opportunity to request a free, no-obligation product demonstration.

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