Total Facilities News
In a blink of an eye Total Facilities has closed its doors on another year. Let’s look back at the final day on the show floor, which included an insightful breakfast hosted by CoreNet Global and more engaging content from our speaker sessions.
“Australia has some of the best performing assets in the world,” according to NDY’s Mark McKenna, who spoke in today’s packed out education program. As we gear up for another insight driven day tomorrow, have a look back on what happened today on the show floor and what awaits you when you visit FM’s most excellent environment.
QIC Westpoint Shopping Centre in Blacktown, NSW has been named Australia’s Best Bathroom 2019. QIC Westpoint narrowly beat runner-up ‘P!NK Ladies’ at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre (BEC) to the top spot.
Do you have a dream dunny? It’s time to shine for the often overlooked public bathroom as entries are now open for the eagerly anticipated 2019 Best Bathroom Competition, in partnership with INCLEAN Magazine.
Energy efficiency, smart design and the future of work will be the focus at Australia’s leading showcase of high-performing facilities, and intelligent living and work spaces.
Chat bots, drone technology, energy innovations – just some of the smarter solutions shaping the future of the FM industry. And now that the doors have closed on the final day of 2018, it’s official, Australia’s single most important event for FM professionals has enjoyed its biggest event in Total Facilities history.
The doors have now officially opened for Total Facilities 2018 and Day 1 has seen our biggest opening day in Total Facilities history. And just as real-time technology is helping the FM industry to adapt to changes in their physical environments, we’re bringing you an instant download of all the activity onsite to ensure you don’t miss any of the action from the buzz of the show floor.
Merrylands RSL Club, Sydney sets the bathroom bar high! Clubs all around the country take note – Merrylands RSL’s new 5-star quality luxury bathrooms have just been named Australia’s Best Bathroom 2018.
Australia’s eagerly anticipated 2018 Best Bathroom Competition – brought to you by Initial – is coming to an exciting close, with the judges announcing the top four well-deserving finalists: NSW has come up trumps with three out of the top four – Merrylands RSL Club, Memocorp’s 259 George Street and Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College and one southern representation in the Tasmanian Land Conservancy.
Clients and occupants are demanding more from their buildings. Today’s facilities are expected to be sustainable, collaborative and efficient and with the rise of IoT, the potential to interact with our building environment has never been more attainable.