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June 11, 2018, Seville, Spain |

The University of Seville awards SICE with the maintenance of the buildings facilities on different Campus

SICE mantendrá edificios Universidad de Sevilla

The University of Seville awards SICE the 3 lots of the General Maintenance contract for the installations of the buildings located on the different campuses on the University of Seville. The work covered by this contract consists mainly of maintenance and conservation work on different types of installations: masonry, metallurgy, air conditioning, electricity, plumbing, general maintenance and additional tasks (such as moving furniture and installations, using auxiliary means for maintenance, etc.).

The buildings to be maintained in each of the lots are as follows:

  • Lot 1: Campus Cartuja, Campus Central I, Campus Pirotecnia I and Campus Reina Mercedes I. (General maintenance, Forge, Metallurgy, Painting, Electricity)
  • Lot 2: Colegio Mayor Hernando Colón, Campus Central II, Campus Pirotecnia II and Campus Reina Mercedes II (General maintenance, Plumbing, Air conditioning, Painting)
  • Lot 3: Centre d'expérimentation et de production animale (Espartinas) Campus Reina Mercedes III. (General maintenance, Masonry)

The contract is for a period of more than one year (until December 2019), during which, in addition to the various preventive and corrective maintenance operations, a series of special actions will be carried out to promote the energy improvement of the Campus buildings:

  • Energy audits,
  • Energy saving plan
  • Energy efficiency improvement plan.

In addition, a remote monitoring system will be put in place to help managers, operators and maintenance managers of machines, processes or buildings to keep them under permanent control: the system will provide updated information to help them make decisions to maximise profits by improving their effectiveness and efficiency.

Remote monitoring of the facilities of the Seville University centres offers significant added value:

  • Improves efficiency between 5% and 30%.
  • Reduces the number of trips.
  • Minimizes incident response time.
  • It allows to have a real control in a continuous way.
  • Reduces losses due to undetected defects.
  • Allows centralized management of geographically dispersed facilities.