How to maintain buildings during COVID-19?

2020.10.22

The surprise wave of COVID-19 this year has become a major challenge for almost the entire business sector.
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Are your buildings ready for the heating season?

2020.09.23

As the heating season approaches and in order to avoid problems, it is necessary to properly prepare the heating systems of buildings.
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New agreement with SEB bank

2020.09.10

New important customer joined a base of the long-term customers of “City Service Engineering”. This demonstrates yet again the importance of continuous improvement. From now on we will maintain the customer service divisions and administrative premises of SEB bank throughout Lithuania.
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How do we organise work during the COVID-19 pandemic?

2020.09.09

There are some services related to commercial building maintenance, such as work of emergency service, that cannot be provided remotely. The Company continues organising activities of the emergency service and of the specialists performing various repair works in such a way that allows as little contact with customers as possible. The specialists are supplied with all necessary safeguards, and therefore they go to objects in full preparedness and abiding to preventive measures.
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New agreement with SBA Technology and Innovation Park

2020.09.01

There is another great news that we want to share with you. We have signed the Contract for Maintenance and Servicing of the Engineering Systems with “Innovo logistika“ logistics center located in SBA Technology and Innovation Park
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Ready for the second Covid wave!

2020.08.05

The surprise wave of COVID-19 this year has become a major challenge for almost the entire business sector.
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The dilemma: whether or not is it possible to reduce both costs and risks?

2020.07.16

Wrong system maintenance strategy may in principle determine overall productivity of the organization. No matter whether it is a manufacturing company, a real estate developer or a shopping centre.
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