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O&M Manuals, H&S Files, Building User Guides & Homeowner Manuals

We offer a personal, flexible & proactive service. Let us remove the stress by managing and co-ordinating your O&M / Handover Documentation.

Service levels to meet all budgets.

Call 01580 240 431
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We can call you at a convenient time for a free no obligation chat about your handover documentation. Estimates can be provided very quickly.

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Handover documentation delivery from small contracts to large scale construction projects

All jobs customised to meet the client requirements. Residential and commercial estimates provided.

We produce high quality, cost effective printable and digital O&M Manuals and other handover documentation for clients of all sizes.

  • Your company designs featured on the manuals and media
  • Full printed and electronic O&M Manual production service
  • BIM ready
  • Autorun Files, USB Sticks and CD/DVDs featuring your company branding
  • Template documents made to order for you to use
  • On-line manual archive service
  • 3rd party O&M database systems catered for
  • Rewriting or finishing incomplete or existing manuals
  • Conversion of paper O&M manuals to electronic format
DVD containing O&M Manuals - Health & Safety Files - Handover Documentation

Price Information & Quotations

Pricing for O&M Manuals / Health & Safety Files and other handover documentation is job specific and takes into account many factors. So, the only sensible way to get an instant quote is to ring us on 01580 240431. We have years of experience and can usually quote almost immediately.

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M&E O&M Manuals

We offer a full Mechanical and Electrical Operation and Maintenance Manual service that means that M&E clients can supply us with the bare minimum of information and have high quality manuals produced with as little fuss as possible.

The M&E O&M Manual service can also include production of the Building Logbook.

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Health & Safety Files

It is often more practical for us to compile the H&S File than the CDMC or Principal Designer.

If this is required, we use a standard H&S File layout as laid out in the CDM Regs and put this file together along side the O&M Manuals. Typically, there will be a number of references from the H&S File to information within the O&M Manuals, so this is a logical way to do things.

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