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21 May 2018
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Feature articles

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

 

  • 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. 15 May 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. 15 May 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. 15 May 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. 15 May 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 May 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 May 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 May 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 May 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 May 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. 15 May 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 April 2017
  • Design for livingAs workers increasingly spend a third of the day or more in the workplace, it makes sense that wellness programmes should begin there. Promoting employee health is proving beneficial for organisations that are actively embracing it, says Nick Martindale. 11 April 2017
  • Pursuit of happinessWell-being's rise up the corporate agenda has been rapid and compelling. But what can facilities managers really do to affect their end-users' levels of happiness, for instance? Martin Read looks at what the fast-evolving well-being landscape means for FM. 11 April 2017
  • Under pressureThe toll stress in the workplace can take on mental health has long been a taboo topic, and recent government figures for suicide rates in construction-related trades have highlighted the crisis. But, says Kevin Stanley, the FM industry is listening. 10 April 2017
  • Working in parallel to open doorsThe client-and-provider relationship has a third dimension firms who provide product and service increasingly through total FM providers. For these companies, adapting to act in parallel with service providers can offer both systematic and collaboration benefits. Martin Read reports. 13 March 2017
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