You could complete a college course in a construction-related craft, such as painting and decorating, carpentry, plastering, or more, to help you gain some of the practical skills required to become a maintenance operative. A maintenance operative is someone who carries out a variety of tasks around buildings, to keep them in good repair. Duties can include activities such as fixing roofs, painting walls, or fitting doors and skirting boards. ENWCML has a 30 years reputation as HV asset management experts but more and more of our private and public sector clients are consolidating the care and maintenance of their Low Voltage infrastructures with us.
- Part L of the Building Regulations requires that the building owner is issued with information about the building services to help them operate the building properly and efficiently.
- Access Construction software offers you award-winning Enterprise Resource Planning EasyBuild, which has a service and maintenance management