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Last edited 25 Jul 2017

CPD Workshops: O&Ms Best Practice

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[edit] Background

Createmaster are running a series of free CPD workshops with leading contractors and developers. The sessions are focused on the current state of play in the O&M market and cover topics such as BIM, current legislation and best practice.

We share valuable advice accumulated over 16 years experience managing project handover documentation – that’s over 1,000 projects delivered across the UK!

“The presentation was clear. We’re keen to adopt the best practice recommendations in our future projects.”

Berkeley Homes – Production Director

[edit] Why attend a CPD with Createmaster?

We share current best practice and the Createmaster approach, covering how to set quality standards through early engagement, which ensures the smooth delivery of structured data and asset information.

[edit] What is covered in a CPD session?

Our sessions broadly cover:

  • The nature of the O&M market.
  • Trends & technology affecting this space (BIM, CDM regs, Soft Landings).
  • Current best practice (total trade management, early engagement, Assets & PPM).

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[edit] Who should attend?

If you are the recipient of O&M Manuals or are responsible for the delivery of project handover documentation as a project manager or design manager, this CPD session is perfect for you! Building managers and FM teams also gain insight on how early availability of quality structured data and asset information help to plan for occupation effectively.

[edit] Benefits for developers:

[edit] Benefits for contractors:

  • How to satisfy the needs of the end client.
  • How outsourcing O&Ms eases the pressure at PC.
  • How reducing hard copies saves time and cost.

[edit] Benefits for FM & Estate Teams:

  • Addressing poor quality O&M information from contractors at building handover.
  • The benefits of estate-wide asset data on a centralised platform.
  • How hosting in the cloud keeps building information up to date.


--Createmaster 16:56, 12 Jun 2017 (BST)