We'll help you keep your facility running like clockwork - inside and out. We provide all the trade services you'll ever need.
Delivering comprehensive and efficient facilities management services.
City Care minds your assets while you mind your business. Our FM offering covers everything from basic man-in-a-van reactive maintenance callouts via our 24-hour customer service centre, to the total package of integrated strategic facilities management.
Our strategic FM approach generates significant cost savings and business efficiencies through improved forward planning and more informed budgeting.
Our condition-based asset management framework helps our clients save costs, extend the life of their properties and run their business more efficiently.
Our FM service delivers:
- Immediate response when something needs fixing or replacing
- Proactive maintenance plans
- Systemised property maintenance programmes
- Project-managed trade services provision
- 100% safe workplace
- We take the risk and inconvenience of subcontracting off your hands
- We keep your facility running like clockwork 24/7
Call to action for smart FM practitioners
Our Business Development Manager Paul France regularly shares his leading-edge ideas with his social media followers on how to create safer, better maintained, more efficient workplaces.
Smart asset management coupled with proactive scheduled maintenance keeps your building running smoothly and efficiently.
The introduction of new Health & Safety legislation in April 2016 has meant that there are plenty of compliance experts popping out of the woodwork. There are a few things to consider if you're looking at getting outside help to make sure your business stays on the right side of the law.
Engage with Paul France on LinkedIn here
Cricket World Cup Overlay Project wins Project of the Year Award 2015
Christchurch City Council asked City Care to help create the infrastructure for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 tournament games to be held at Christchurch's newest cricket ground, Hagley Oval. Within a timeline of only 21 days, the 150-year-old historic venue was transformed into a state-of-the-art global cricket venue, ready to host the World Cup Opening Ceremony in February 2015.
The overall project - which involved multiple stakeholders in planning, designing and delivering the Cricket World Cup across New Zealand under a global spotlight, with tight budgets and a non-negotiable deadline - was known as the Cricket World Cup Overlay Project.
The Cricket World Cup Overlay Project was awarded the Project of the Year 2015 by the Project Management Institute of New Zealand.
Read the case study here