Public buildings are typically managed by complex condition matrices and procurement systems operating in tandem with cost savings and value for money strategies making for challenging projects with solid master planning.
Whether central government or local government run, municipal buildings require continual planned maintenance and have the need manage corporate social responsibilities. These often result in audits, surveys and feasibility reports where the inclusion of guidance on sustainable and low carbon designs options can be favoured.
The need for growth and development suggests that public sector buildings require a comprehensive level of input to offer due diligence where necessary tabling options to maximise the potential of the buildings and comply with government best practises.
Public building services within municipal buildings can be found to be key to the operational success; whether it is a local town hall or leisure facility if the service compliments the building, the service provided will be a success.