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What can cosmetic repair do for facilities managers?

Find out in BIFM award winner Plastic Surgeon’s new guide.

BIFM 2011 ‘Innovation in Product’ award winner, Plastic Surgeon, has produced an informative new guide especially for Facilities Managers called THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO COSMETIC REPAIR – The Facilities Manager’s best kept secret.

Plastic Surgeon is the cosmetic repair specialist and expert in fine finishing surfaces such asPlastic and GRP, Woods and Veneers, Stone and Brick, Ceramics and Enamel, Glass and Glazing, Metals and Foils. The new guide is a ‘must have’ resource, with over 30 pages covering everything facilities managers need to know about cosmetic repair and fine finishing for the built environment.

Rob Mouser, Managing Director of Plastic Surgeon said:

“The benefits of our cosmetic repair service are relatively unknown outside construction and house building. We have produced the guide to show facilities managers the wide range of items that can be repaired and the factors that need to be taken into account when considering repair as a cost-effective alternative to replacement.”

Plastic Surgeon won the 2011 BIFM ‘Innovation in Product’ award for their fine finishing and cosmetic repair service.

The BIFM judges said that Plastic Surgeon’s service is a: “Simple concept of cosmetic repairs and fine finishing services, developed from the automotive industry and introduced into the service sector. Plastic Surgeon has innovatively taken these products and developed it into a market leading customer offer. The range is endless, the ability to effect cosmetic repairs on virtually any product in the built environment. The potential is huge, the benefits likewise both in terms of cost, minimising disruption, rapid respond and fix times and environmental benefits… “don’t skip it… fix it !”. Underpinning all of this is a fantastic customer support model creating a mobile repair solution which models perfectly into industry ways of working. A truly innovative solution which has massive potential.”

 

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