This research service/ study focuses on Facilities Management Services in remote sites in Australia. The mining industry in Australia is a significant contributor to the national economy. In 2011, 142,000 people were employed by the Australian mining industry, with the majority working in remote areas using fly in fly out (FIFO) services to reach their work locations, where they are generally accommodated in remote camps near the mine sites. The mining industry growth drives demand for increased workforce at remote sites. The demand for increased work force at remote sites impact the demand for facilities management services required to operate and maintain mining camps and mining villages.