We are a market leader in the depth and breadth of benchmark data we hold, with an extensive FM cost database consisting of thousands of sites and data points. Opex has undertaken in excess of 100 benchmarking exercises for clients across many sectors for both soft and hard FM.
Why you need Benchmarking
It is good practice for clients to regularly benchmark and check that their FM services are providing their business with good value for money. PFI contracts have a 5 yearly benchmarking or MT requirement.
A reliable system
The key to a robust and accurate Benchmarking is the identification of good comparator sites which requires firstly a significant database of FM cost data from a large number of similar sites and settings. Then a detailed and methodical assessment of influencing factors that differentiate the client site from the benchmark sites
All about Data
Opex is a market leader in the depth and breadth of benchmark data it holds, with an extensive FM cost database called Vault which consists of hundreds of sites and thousands of data points. Opex has data sets in Education, Commercial, Healthcare, Blue Light and many others.
Why chose us?
Opex has undertaken in excess of 75 benchmarking exercises for clients across soft and hard FM, ranging from single service to multi-service benchmark reviews. In many cases, because of our detailed approach, our clients have been able to negotiate new deals or satisfy themselves of the VFM of services being delivered.
Steve has over 30 years’ experience in the construction and FM industries with the last 20 years in FM Project Management and Facilities Management consultancy. Steve has worked for leading FM service providers and acted as Technical Advisor for many clients.
Ben has over 10 years’ experience working as a specialist Facilities Management Consultant. Ben provides cross-sector and cross-industry learning to his clients utilising his experience built from clients in the private-sector. Ben’s experience includes the high-value commercial negotiations to the close of an £13.3bn PFI contract