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Facilities Support Solutions
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FACILITIES SUPPORT SOLUTIONS

For many of our clients, we have effectively implemented programs, practices, and procedures to reduce the frequency and severity of accidental loss in the areas of workers’ compensation, general/auto liability, and property. We also ensured our respective client’s site compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, which are designed to protect the human, financial, and physical assets of our customers’ sites.

We support our federal clients in the development and maintenance of occupational safety and health procedural documentation, audits of maintenance records to assure compliance with federal, state, and local safety-related regulations, in addition to reviewing and maintaining environmental health, safety, and loss prevention standards and guidelines. 

 

Also, as clients focus on leveraging and adopting approaches to enhance performance, our team will implement programs that are dedicated to employee well-being, and professionalism. 

 

To support the technical objectives listed in the solicitation, we rely on our personnel’s 60 years of direct experience with the following:

 

  • Investigating and evaluating risk management information to identify significant hazards and loss trends; identifies and recommends preventive measures and corrective actions

  • Conducting risk assessments related to jobs performed (Job Hazard Analysis) and new equipment introductions.

  • Recommending appropriate risk mitigation measures to management, including ergonomic considerations, in all such efforts

  • Performing and managing safety training programs for USCP’s and subcontractor’s staff

  • Performing regular physical inspections of grounds, buildings, equipment, and operations; identifies hazards and incidents of regulatory non-compliance, and recommends corrective measures

 

Respiratory Program Administration

TTI’s team performs Respiratory Protection Equipment Administration for various law enforcement agencies. Our team provides professional guidance respiratory programs. Our teams manages the RPMS software to keep track of personnel that are issued respiratory equipment. We schedule fit test as well as physicals for personnel required to wear a respirator. We also manage the warehouse of all safety.

TTI is tasked to provide electrician and plumber services in support of all facility operations, maintenance, repair, janitorial services, grounds-keeping services, and other directly related miscellaneous services for all infrastructure/facilities (buildings, utilities, structures, and related systems) and assets (equipment and utility infrastructure).

Electrical

TTI’s team lead the electrical activities to support facilities engineering efforts at federal clients’ sites. Our team applies technical knowledge to perform simple or routine tasks such as replacing components and wiring circuits; repairing simple electronic equipment; and taking test readings using common instruments such as digital multi-meters, signal generators, semiconductor testers, curve tracers, and oscilloscopes. Our team also provides the following services:

  • Overseeing and assigning work to Electrical Technician I & II.

  • Perform quality assurance checks on work assigned to Electrical Technicians

  • Advise system protocols for quality control in electrical safety for repairs and alterations

Plumbing

Our plumbing team perform minor repairs and help in the operation, monitoring, and performance of preventive maintenance on the building systems as necessary. Our team performs maintenance, monitoring repairs to the Mechanical, Plumbing, Structural, Fire, Life Safety, and Control systems for the facility to keep building systems up to applicable standards as assigned. In addition, our team performs the following:

  • Perform the installation, maintenance, repair and operation of mechanical, electrical and power generation equipment and systems to support the critical environment.

  • Operate systems in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with government regulatory compliance and standard operating procedures.

  • Performs predictive, planned, preventative and routine maintenance as well as equipment rounds and service requests as directed.

  • Inspects and repairs pumps, fans, valves, and motors ensuring proper operation of the client equipment and systems.

 

Energy Management

Transpacific’s energy management team manages and supports our customers’ facilities energy and water conservation programs. In order to improve energy consumption, lower energy costs, and to raise environmental awareness, TTI provides the following services:

  • Analyze and implement energy conservation programs

  • Develop training options and/or improvement plans to ensure the best operation in the area of HVAC and energy equipment maintenance

  • Performs retro commissioning of HVAC systems

  • Compile utility budgets and energy conservation measure cost estimates based upon documented program needs

  • Develop long-range plans for implementing innovations

  • Assist maintenance managers in evaluating HVAC and energy equipment maintenance staff to ensure effectiveness

  • Develop training options and/or improvement plans to ensure the best operation in the area of HVAC and energy equipment
    maintenance

  • Maintain liaison with equipment suppliers in order to conduct bidding process for equipment upgrades and retrofits

  • Monitor all facilities design and construction activities as related to energy management

 

Review and recommend maintenance supply and equipment purchases to ensure energy efficient replacements are being specified

There are many types of asset management utilized in the corporate environment, and organizations typically use a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to streamline the monitoring process. TTI is well-versed in providing quality comprehensive monitoring tools to perform this work. Assets could be physical objects like laptops, lighting, or any fixed assets that must be monitored to determine optimal usage and low-cost replacement/disposal.

 

 

Our large enterprise clients typically need:

  • Digital Asset Management (DAM) – By utilizing digital asset management, our clients can be sure to control access to all intellectual property, sensitive information and proprietary documents, onsite and offsite.

  • IT Asset Management (ITAM) – IT asset management focuses on maintaining hardware and software assets. It also assists with checking security protocols and ensuring that technology is updated on schedule, and then disposing of technology assets when they become obsolete.

  • Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) – Another form of asset management is enterprise asset management, which integrates and optimizes all the company’s physical assets or infrastructure. EAM incorporates the management and maintenance of physical assets throughout the entire lifecycle of an asset, from capital planning, procurement, installation, performance, maintenance, compliance, risk management, to disposal.

  • Fixed Asset Management (FAM) – Fixed asset management is the process of tracking computers, vehicles or any other physical object you would consider an “asset” to your business. It oversees financial accounting (value of the asset), preventive maintenance (upkeep costs) and theft.

Asset management typically incorporates the following tasks:

  • Overseeing and tracking fixed assets

  • Monitoring fixed assets in multiple locations

  • Minimizing maintenance costs

  • Helping to increase operational activities

  • Keeping a record of assets (so you’re aware of theft or losses of assets)

 

There are significant benefits to utilizing TTI’s expertise for a CMMS implementation:
  • Centralized Information

  • Cutting Costs

  • Equipment Maintenance

  • Reducing Loss and Theft

Our team advances environmental stewardship and sustainability and ensures customer site’s compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. We provide leadership and guidance on environmental compliance, management, conservation, and sustainability programs.

Our team also supports restoration programs to reduce long-term environmental liability by cleaning up chemicals released into the environment from past activities by implementing the following:

  • Pollution prevention programs and procedures

  • Disseminate scientific information

  • Facilitate conferences, meetings, and public outreach events

  • Solid waste/hazardous management

  • Water compliance/permitting

  • Hazardous materials

  • Environmental audits

  • Natural/cultural resource management

TTI follows a systematic project management approach tailored to facilities operations. The company places a strong emphasis on understanding the unique requirements and objectives of each facility. Thorough analysis and planning are conducted to identify project scope, milestones, resource allocation, and risk assessment. This meticulous planning ensures that projects are executed effectively, on time, and within budget.

Effective communication and collaboration are vital components of Transpacific Technologies' project management capability. The company fosters open lines of communication with stakeholders, including facility owners, maintenance staff, contractors, and vendors. This collaborative approach ensures that everyone is aligned with project goals, timelines, and expectations, promoting smooth coordination and successful outcomes.

TTI’s team coordinates projects related to facilities maintenance and operations services for buildings, structures and mechanical systems by utilizing company’s and subcontractor personnel. Our team ensures that the performance is in compliance with specifications and within schedule and budget.

 

Our team’s provides the following:

 

  • Oversee the repairs, installations and upkeep of various buildings, offices and other facilities

  • Responds to customer’s maintenance needs and monitoring progress to ensure facility needs are met and maintained in a safe and efficient manner

  • Negotiate contracts with outside vendors for execution of maintenance work

  • Negotiate contracts with outside vendors for execution of maintenance work

  • Monitors the activities of subcontractors to ensure compliance with specifications and schedule

  • Ensure that assigned site premises and facilities are kept in clean and hygienic condition

  • Plan, schedule, and coordinate maintenance actions

  • Track timely completions of work and coordinate and execute follow-on work as needed

  • Perform quality control checks and maintain and file completed work orders

  • Coordinate with area users / customers on project details and potential impacts to work areas / buildings

  • Coordinate with site security on personnel access / site access issues

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