The Carlsberg Group Real Estate department have decided to digitise important areas of the maintenance of their building portfolio. The implementation starts with a pilot project to test and verify future processes before the full implementation of MainManager early 2018, and an expected BIM-import of Carlsberg’s new HQ by early 2020.
MainManager has been chosen to deliver the new digital processes for preventive and reactive maintenance at Carlsberg, and a comprehensive space management module has been added to the solution for the 63.000 m2 of office and warehouse facilities in Copenhagen. Carlsberg is updating and digitising all drawings before they are uploaded to MainManager in the early autumn of 2017.
During the implementation process all employees will be key stakeholders and major contributors to the changes and new processes to be implemented at Carlsberg. Here at MainManager we are extremely proud to be included in these changes.
Finn Chabert, Real Estate Manager, explains: “In the evaluation of the different IWMS-solutions in the market, it was important that the digitisation of our workspace should make the daily execution of our work much smarter and more agile. We believe that MainManager supports simplicity and that they understand how to make the processes tangible and easy to understand for our employees and colleagues. Long term, we are also very excited to see how the build of data in MainManager will support informed/smart decision-making in the future.”
Gísli Heimisson has been appointed the new CEO of MainManager.
Gísli has extensive experience from the business sector, he was the COO at MP Bank until spring 2015 and previously the CIO at Glitnir Bank. Gísli has years of experience in information technology and management, both as a buyer and seller. Gísli has played a number of confidential positions and has served on the boards of numerous companies.
Gísli is a 59-year-old engineer Msc. From the Technical University of Denmark. He is married to Þorgerður Ragnarsdóttir nurse.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has initiated an international project with the goal to make Environmental Product Declaration(EPD) data available through Building Information Modeling (BIM).
The project will be based on a joint case study conducted by MainManager in close co-operation with Standard Norway, Standard Danmark, Catenda (Norway), Framkvæmdasýslan (Iceland) and Statsbygg (Norway).
At the ISO commitee meeting for constuction (ISO/TC 59) on October 9th, the decision was made to launch a new international standardization project to make EPD data available in BIM.
An EPD is a concise document which summarizes the environmental profile of a component, a finished product or a service in a standardized manner.
The case study work was made possible by a grant from the Nordic Innovation fund. The group worked diligently for two years on theoretical proposals on how future standards can comply to the digital world within the building industry.
A particular standard was used as a pilot and our findings are now being used as a foundation for the new ISO standard by the ISO commitee.
We are really looking forward participating in the project ahead. Watch the video and learn more about the project.
MainManager has won the tender for a Facility Management system for the Student services in Oslo and Akerhus (SiO). The procurement process was extensive and started in June 2015. Approximately 10 other systems/suppliers took part, but in the end SiO signed a contract with MainManager.
The aim of the project
SiO’s objective with the acquisition of a new Facility Management system is to achieve 98% occupancy of the housing stock and to increase customer satisfaction. This will be achived through MainManager’s core processes and a detailed follow up of customer inquiries.
Who are SiO (Studentsamskipnaden i Oslo og Akershus)
SiO is a welfare organisation for students in 26 educational institutions in Oslo and Akershus. It was established in 1939 and is the oldest student union in Norway. Their main task is to offer students products and services. Currently they have 11 kindergartens, 50 dining venues , 5 sports centers and 9000 student apartments, which will increase to 12000 when their new projects will be completed.
ALLIANCE+ has signed a contract for the use of the MainManager software. The software will be used to manage resources and to measure Service Level Agreements (SLA) and Key Performance Indicators (KPI).
Customers of ALLIANCE+ will be given access to MainManager where they can view the status of all the Key Performance Indicators of their Service Level Agreement.
ALLIANCE+ management will be given access to MainManager‘s management portal where they can update and manage their daily tasks through the MainManager app.
ALLIANCE+ is the third largest cleaning company in Denmark and the fifth largest in Sweden. ALLIANCE+ has over 4500 employees responsible for cleaning over 5 million square meters in both countries combined.
Their clients include some of the largest companies in Denmark and Sweden, retail chains, retail stores, shopping centers and companies in all branches of the public sector.
On August 23 Heimavellir signed an agreement with MainManager for the implementation and use of the software MainManager. The implementation of the software has already begun and is scheduled to be completed in late Oktober.
MainManager will be connected to Heimavellir‘s Accounting System and will be used to keep track of and work with Heimavellir‘s portfolio, leases and renters.
Heimavellir is a lease company focused on long-term rentals for families and individuals. The company has around 450 apartments located all around the country.
More on Heimavellir here : www.heimavellir.is
Sentralen, a subsidiary of Sparebankstiftelsen DNB, has chosen MainManager to maintain and manage it’s facilities.
Sentralen’s data will be imported into MainManager as a three-dimensional BIM model which will then be used to manage information on the building and it’s systems. Subsequently, Sentralen will use MainManager to manage:
- Fire prevention
- Space management
- Rent Management
- Art work
- Service center
- Reserve meeting rooms
Sentralen is located in Øvre Slottsgate 3, Oslo. In 2016 the building will be used for various cultural and entrepreneurial activities, all of it’s 12000 square meters will be used as office space or galleries with the intent of forging a link between the arts and the business sector.
Wärtsilä has signed a contract with MainManager for the implementation and use of the software MainManager. Implementation of the software and training of employees is already under way.
Wärtsilä‘s property department in Norway manages around 75.000 m2 and will be using MainManager for space management through :
- Interactive drawings
- Construction data
- Property data
- Fire prevention portals
- Help desk
MainManager will be providing a complete setup of technical systems, operating plans and interactive drawings for the administration building at Stord.
Wärtsilä is a large Finnish company with 18,000 employees and factories in 70 countries. The company has 4 subsidiaries in Norway with 1200 employees which deliver products and solutions for the marine, oil & gas and industrial sectors.
Work has begun on updating N1‘s MainManager to version 11(the newest version). Parallel to the update N1 also decided to start using more of MainManager‘s modules.
On February 25th the new agreement between N1 and MainManager was signed. The update and the implementation of the new modules is sceduled to be completed by the end of May.
N1 wil be using MainManager for:
- Energy monitoring
- System monitoring (HVAC systems)
- Task planning (5 year maintenance scedule for all service stations)
- Managing service- and lease contracts
- Complaint and deviation registration
- Issuing and managing requests
- A Helpdesk handling all complaints and deviations created on all of it´s service stations
In April 2007, the oil-company Esso and Bílanaust merged into N1, becoming one of the largest service- and service company in Iceland. With a service network of close to 100 service points, the company provides people and companies with car-related services along with fuel and supplies.