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Strategic FM

Articles on Strategic FM

 

  • The FM world in motionFamiliar challenges, for sure but it's in the planet's fastest growing economies that government and business alike are looking anew at the value of FM to both their built environment and economies. Where the world is developing, so too is a fuller awareness of FM. Martin Read and Jamie Harris report. 25/05/2017
  • USA - Peter KimmelChanges to budgets, technology and the White House administration could mark significant changes in the way FM is practiced in the United States, from using smart data to manage buildings, to opportunities for FM education, to a considerable shift in the outsourcing market. 25/05/2017
  • Salisbury Group wins FM deal with PageGroupFM specialist Salisbury Group has been selected by FTSE 250 recruitment company PageGroup to provide a range of services, from maintenance and engineering through to compliance, at its 30 sites in the UK and Ireland. 23/05/2017
  • Government announces new £12bn FM frameworkThe Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has issued a prior information notice (PIN) for a new facilities management framework, valued at £12 billion. 22/05/2017
  • Value judgementPeople, place, process and technology it's the sheer variety in what FM provides that serves to make pinpointing the sector's value to UK plc something of a challenge. But, says Graeme Davies, it's considerable and growing each year. 22/05/2017
  • Tech should be used to cut food waste, say contract caterersContract caterers are looking to technology to solve food waste problems on their sites, according to research. 19/05/2017
  • Finland - Pekka MatvejeffFM's shift from physical maintenance to people and performance - and the need for better skilled workers - dominate the continent's FM development themes in 2017. 15/05/2017
  • South Africa - Andre Klopper and Andrew MasonMass protests, corruption, investment in infrastructure and a maintenance culture. All play a significant part in the development of the FM profession on a diverse continent. 15/05/2017
  • Nigeria - Wale Odufalu and Tunde ObileyeMass protests, corruption, investment in infrastructure and a maintenance culture. All play a significant part in the development of the FM profession on a diverse continent. 15/05/2017
  • Middle East - Jason GoddardWith Dubai's better masterplanning, the Qatar World Cup and a growing clamour for better trained staff, the Middle East remains a dynamic market for facilities managers and service providers. 15/05/2017
  • Botswana - Mike MafaMass protests, corruption, investment in infrastructure and a maintenance culture. All play a significant part in the development of the FM profession on a diverse continent. 15/05/2017
  • The Caribbean - Tyrel MelvilleAcross latin America and the Caribbean, development of FM's status varies not just from country to country, but city to city as well. 12/05/2017
  • Ireland - Pat GaughanFM's shift from physical maintenance to people and performance - and the need for better skilled workers - dominate the continent's FM development themes in 2017. 12/05/2017
  • Hungary - Jozsef CzernyFM's shift from physical maintenance to people and performance - and the need for better skilled workers - dominate the continent's FM development themes in 2017. 12/05/2017
  • France - Chelsea PetersonFM's shift from physical maintenance to people and performance - and the need for better skilled workers - dominate the continent's FM development themes in 2017. 12/05/2017
  • Well = To-doIn 2015 the WELL building standard, hailed as the first in the world to focus entirely on human health and wellness, was introduced to the UK. Last month, another such standard got its UK debut. Healthy buildings are fast supplanting sustainability as the 'must-have' building certification. Martin Read reports. 12/05/2017
  • Surrey councils hatch a money-saving joint waste planFour Surrey councils have agreed on a plan to create a countywide waste collection and disposal service to save taxpayers up to £12 million a year. 11/05/2017
  • Industrial sector sees jump in prime rental values in Q1Prime rents in the industrial sector jumped 3.3 per cent in Q1, helped by performance in Eastern and South-East markets, according to real estate firm CBRE. 11/05/2017
  • How buildings can take a fitness testAt the tail end of March, a "cost-effective" certification system for promoting healthy workplaces in existing buildings was launched. What is this system, and what does it mean for FM professionals? Herpreet Kaur Grewal reports. 10/05/2017
  • BSE firms report Q1 growth in turnoverBuilding engineering service contractors have reported increasing turnover levels for the first quarter of 2017. 09/05/2017
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