Asset Management Partner.
Our asset management services play an integral role in supporting high-quality service delivery, tailored to enable our clients to concentrate on what they do best.
Well planned, designed, and managed infrastructure allows organisations and society to thrive, adapt and change.
We work in partnership with NHS and public sector organisations to unlock complex estate challenges, planning, developing, and maintaining the highest quality health and public buildings.
We are committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner by following the best environmental practices in the day-to-day conduct of our business and management of resources and facilities.
Our overall objective is to minimise, evaluate and reduce environmental impacts of our activities, provide and promote innovative ways to reduce waste production, reuse and recycle. We work with our staff, supply chain partners and clients to encourage adoption of good practice.
We routinely achieve BREEAM Excellent status on our new build projects and incorporate a wide range of sustainable low carbon technologies into new builds and retro-fit into existing estate.
We understand the complexities of managing building and estate portfolios, we have developed buildings in excess of £300m value and currently manage and deliver asset services to an estate worth in excess of £800m.
Building in Resilience, an estates response to Covid-19
Drawing on the combined experience of gbpartnerships and Murphy Philipps Architects, the newly published document, Building in Resilience, identifies key issues that need to be addressed in existing buildings as well as in future buildings where business cases are currently being written.
We're hiring! It’s an exciting time to join gbpartnerships. The newly created role of Assistant Estates & Business Performance Manager will work closely with the Estates & Business Performance Managers to ensure that tenants are provided with well maintained, safe and compliant buildings. The ideal candidate will hold a relevant FM qualification (IWFM) or a minimum of 5 years relevant working experience within an FM environment.