SWG has once again been awarded ISO accreditation for its information security and quality management, proving the company’s continued strength and reliability in its software, services and operations.
Port Phillip Prison has successfully adopted SWG’s P3rform Software to maintain all FM services across its premises for staff and prisoners.
How Plenary Schools is managing 10 new schools across Queensland using Service Works’ P3 O&M software, improving reporting, transparency and usability.
SWG talks to FM magazine: how using integrated payment mechanisms can improve operational performance in P3 contracts.
Service Works Global (SWG) announces merger with the FM division of its Scandinavian sister company, Symetri.
Two new case studies looking at how SWG clients use P3rform to manage their PPP O&M projects are now available online.
Three SWG clients, all using P3rform PPP O&M Software, have been nominated for their outstanding achievements and contributions to PPPs.
SWG has announced the release of pioneering new software functionality to improve the reliability, safety and cost of infrastructure networks.
The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) industry is changing and in order to ensure long term project success a new operational approach is required, says PPP consultancy and software specialist, Service Works Group.
With over 1,000 client sites across the globe, SWG will continue to design, develop and support QFM and P3rform, its market leading Facilities Management and PPP performance software applications, across the globe.
A recent global survey of operational Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects, the first of its kind, has revealed insights into the factors driving successful PPP contracts and the risk factors that can compromise long-term project success.
Service Works Group has announced the appointment of new board member, Richard Newell, as Group Chief Information Officer.
Service Works launches new survey exploring the operational phase of PPP (public-private partnership) projects, in collaboration with leading industry journal, Partnerships Bulletin and its sister publication, P3 Bulletin.
Securing Success for PPP Contracts in their Operational Phase – New Insight from the CCPPP and Service Works
A review of the key challenges at the operational phase of a PPP and examines solutions for addressing them, focusing on creating strong and enduring relationships between the public and private sector stakeholders.
“Kyle’s diverse technical expertise and his holistic viewpoint make him the ideal candidate to head our Canadian operation; we are confident of the future of the business under his remit.”
Service Works Group (SWG), international P3 performance delivery and facilities management software provider, has announced the opening of its new offices in Sydney.
Service Works has been awarded ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 certifications for its commitment to excellence in quality management systems and information security management.
Case study: how QFM software helped to provide seamless delivery of services at the Pan Am Games, resulting in Olympic standard facilities management.
SWG has been awarded a new contract to provide P3rform software to manage maintenance of medical equipment under a Canadian PPP (public-private partnership) contract.
In this short video, Mark Kirkham, Director of Service Works, discusses the company’s latest innovations at the Facilities Show 2015.
Service Works’ new white paper outlines how the use of spreadsheets to manage performance is limiting the achievement of value from PPP contracts and highlights the benefits of using an integrated payment mechanism system.
Public-Private Partnerships may have originated in the UK and developed in a number of other countries, but no country has come close to Canada in perfecting the model.
Published by P3 Bulletin, this article reviews the new white paper from Service Works in collaboration with the CCPPP, which examines the development and performance of PPP projects in Canada and the key factors that have contributed to its success.
Published by ReNew Canada, this article examines the UK government’s new approach to Public-Private Partnerships, known as PF2. It outlines how the model differs from its predecessors and considers whether the PF2 program can offer any new initiatives for the mature Canadian PPP market.
In 2012, the government announced reforms to the Private Finance Initiative, through a new model called PF2. Eighteen months since its introduction, this article explores the technical content of PF2 reform, focusing on the substantive changes which have been introduced, why they matter and the impact to date on the FM sector.
In this Partnerships Bulletin article, Gary Watkins Service Works’ CEO, looks at the policy changes that accompany the PF2 reform and how these changes will affect the market and its stakeholders.