Managed Services

FACS Managed Services: Take Control of Your Facilities


Do you have easy access to your environmental records? Are you prepared for minor or major flooding, fire, or other environmental concerns that may lead to serious business interruptions? FACS has created a suite of services that can help you organize and respond to incidents that could seriously impact your business. Let us help you take control of your facilities.

FACS Incident Response Management (FIRM)

We partner with companies that have multiple locations to proactively manage emergencies in a consistent and cost effective manner. We help establish protocols, source and manage restoration vendors, establish national account pricing and provide invoice auditing. Our team also provides expert management of each incident with proven results. Let us handle your next emergency.

FACSTrack Hazardous Building Materials (HBM)

FACSTrack provides a web-based interactive system that tracks asbestos, lead, mold, and PCBs in your facilities. The system features digitized diagrams that allow for a visualization of harmful contaminants for inventory and mapping. It has never been easier to define the presence of physical and biological agents in specific areas and to eliminate confusion related to emergency response, construction or maintenance issues.

FACSTrack Water

FACSTrack Water provides a web-based interactive system that tracks critical water management program data to include water sample locations, waterborne pathogen sample results, temperatures and residual chlorine data for Legionella or other bacteria control in facilities. This tracking includes potable water, HVAC equipment, water features, pools, and spas. Let FACSTrack manage your water management team records in a efficient and easy to understand manner.

My Projects

My Projects is a Cloud-based project management service for FACS clients. Login to a secure website and review your existing projects and their status. This flexibility will help you and your team get timely answers and critical information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.