Statius has worked with a number of different building service organisations such as:
- designers and consulting engineers;
- building owners;
- manufacturers and suppliers.
The client base ranges from niche architectural practices to those, like Dixon Jones, who have been responsible for some of the most prestigious buildings in London and, indeed, around the world. Other clients include contractors specialising in fire and life systems, HVAC, FM, lifts and M&E. Some specific examples include:
- Griffin Fire, a niche family owned business and a premier fire protection company in the London area;
- Nutra Plumbing and Heating Ltd, a family owned company providing services to a range of local authorities and private clients;
- Platinum Facilities Management Services Ltd, a £10m turnover facilities management company providing FM services to some of the most prestigious clients in the City;
- Faithdean, a £40m turnover construction company, who have recently branched out into the FM field after developing a prestigious new headquarters and offices for Rolex where they now manage the building; and
- the building services department of Epping Forest District Council.
Some of the benefits these organisations have seen from employing Statius include:
- improved morale and better bottom line results as Optimisation 3D™ tools and techniques are used to improve the way in which work works;
combined and integrated management systems which considerably reduce the administrative burden and focus people on meeting client requirements;
- improved health and safety practices leading to reduced accidents and incidents;
more engaged and motivated staff resulting from better people practices;
- ongoing support in developing and improving management teams and the strategies, policies, procedures and practices necessary to ensure value-added services are continually delivered to clients.
Mark Woods of Statius has also written both regular and one off articles for the lift industry’s quarterly publication, “Elevation”, and for “Facilities Management Journal”, usually under the banner of “Management Matters”.
In short, Statius is interested in helping you to develop better strategies, better systems and engaged people delivering better results.