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Building case studies

Read in-depth facilties management features, interviews with leading figures, round table reports and building case studies.

 

  • Gold standardBringing government agencies under one roof has been the challenge at the London HQ of the Food Standards Agency, finds Martin Read 05 September 2012
  • On your marksIt can make some of us see red. It's fiddly and fussy. But since it can help us control and reduce costs, can we afford not to benchmark? By David Arminas. 05 September 2012
  • A little light musicThree rooms at the Royal College of Music posed unusual challenges during a lighting refit. James Harris finds how LEDs solved the problem at the Grade-II listed building. 20 September 2012
  • Lest we forgetA memorial in London's Green Park commemorates the wartime actions of the crews of Bomber Command. Lucy Jeynes finds out what it takes to maintain it. 20 September 2012
  • Crystal castleSiemens' temple of sustainability is the jewel in the crown of the London Green Enterprise District. But, as Lucy Black discovers, certain aspects could have been improved by consulting an FM. 11 March 2013
  • Pitch perfectNearly 40 years since the original idea was first mooted, the Football Association's National Football Centre, St George's Park in Burton-on-Trent, opened last year. The FM challenge is to support the nation's ultimate aim of winning a World Cup, while accommodating a range of commercial activities 25 March 2013
  • History todayOne of London's most historic building complexes is adopting a thoroughly modern approach to the procurement and organisation of its FM. 05 April 2013
  • Botanic cultureLaw firm Mills & Reeve's move to the newest office building in Cambridge has 
allowed its FM department to bring about some significant workplace changes. 05 April 2013
  • Size mattersThe London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham needed to generate space for additional staff. Cutting existing desks to size offered an effective solution that fitted the authority's limited budget. 08 July 2013
  • Legacy issuesWith part of the Olympic Park now officially re-opened to the public, Jamie Harris looks at how London's Olympic venues are being adapted for their future functionality. 15 August 2013
  • Angel investmentThe Co-operative Group's much heralded headquarters at One Angel Square in Manchester benefited from FM's involvement in its design from inception a decision that continues to pay dividends, writes Martin Read. 02 September 2013
  • Changing channelITV's head of facilities Ian Jones is providing a bespoke FM service to accommodate the needs of three differing working cultures. Martin Read reports. 04 September 2013
  • Bowled overSpace constraints and a demanding stewarding schedule make life interesting for James Wagg and the OCS contract team at London's famous Kia Oval cricket ground. Martin Read reports. 30 September 2013
  • Calling the shotsLast year, BT bought out its FM services provider Monteray and, in September 2012, launched BT Facilities Services Ltd. One year on, BTFS is not only thriving, but aims to offer facilities services to other organisations. 17 October 2013
  • Degrees of changeIn recognising that their students are customers and providing a hotel-style service aligned to the overall university vision, the facilities management team at Edge Hill University has won the 2013 BIFM 'In-house client team of the year' award for their excellent service delivery. 11 November 2013
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