In a fast-evolving industry, is there sustainable change to encourage and promote more women in FM? We talk with Kristiana Greenwood, the first female elected to the Chair of the FMA national board, who is shining a light on the value women bring to the FM, property, engineering and construction industries through her new coaching and mentoring venture, Real Energy Co.
As 2019 draws to a close, we take a closer look at the key trends you identified in our survey on the current FM market. We know that the industry is set for major transformation and that the role of the FM professional has changed forever.
Using information sourced from a recent survey of Facilities Management (FM) professionals, the Total Facilities Industry Report 2019 provides valuable industry data and trends, as well as predicted areas of growth.
Total Facilities exhibitor ResVu have created a world first suite of building communication, engagement and facilities management software. A tool fit for forward-thinking Facilities Managers looking to extend their service delivery
Total Facilities exhibitor APi Group is focused on optimising building performance and driving better workplace performance, providing world-class customer experiences that differentiate.
With industries being challenged to diversify their workforce, evidence suggests that diversity in the workplace can have positive benefits.
Technology is developing at a rapid pace and businesses need to adapt to survive. Here are the big digital trends set to shape the FM services industry into 2019 and beyond.
When we hear the term blockchain, our first thoughts are usually centered around cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin that use this technology, but it also has a wide range of applications that are streamlining and simplifying facility management.
Back for its second year, the FM Innovation Awards will recognise and celebrate the most ground-breaking and best facility management projects in Australia over the preceding year.
A 2015 study by CSIRO revealed HVAC systems represent as much as 50 to 60 percent of a commercial building’s energy use. With such high stakes to your facilities energy bill, there are some practical measures to increase efficiency, reduce operating costs, and improve performance of HVAC systems that can make a big difference in the long-run.