21-23 Apr 2020
MELBOURNE CONVENTION & EXHIBITION CENTRE

Industry News

Top workplace picks from Open House Melbourne

Aug 15, 2019 Workspace Design

Melbourne doesn’t stay static for very long, which is why Open House Melbourne is still the best bet to peek into some of the city’s most progressive and contemporary spaces. Innovative workplace design is always going places, and this year we visited a strong set of spaces that are changing the way they do business for the better. Here’s our list of the best global-leading spaces to whet your appetite.

The future of work: “New world disorder” in the workplace

May 23, 2019 Workspace Design

Designers of workplace environments need to move away from a “one size fits all” approach based exclusively around open plan spaces, because these workplaces are creating disengagement and alienation among many employees.

Smart sustainable solutions: Smart demand and water “as a service”

Water management techniques are far behind energy management, but water is no less important and – in a drought stricken country like Australia – needs to catch up fast.

Rethinking Australia’s ‘waste problem: Embracing a circular economy

Australia has been forced to step up on the back of China’s decision to restrict exporting our waste offshore, alternative neighbours Malaysia and Indonesia have taken the same view.

2019 Industry Report Executive Summary

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.

Data gives design the hard facts

Mar 25, 2019 Workspace Design

In commercial workplace design, there’s plenty of change. Offices are now being influenced by residential and hospitality design, while work continues to grow ever mobile. Even open plan design seems on the way out. We chat to Peter Black, director of independent workplace consultancy, 5Projects, about how facilities managers are navigating the changing landscape.

Interaction and insights – Day 2 at Total Facilities

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.

Innovation & disruption, top trends on Day 1 of Total Facilities 2019

“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.

Change the way you think about washing

Total Facilities exhibitor Richard Jay have been providing high-quality commercial laundry services to the facilities management industry for decades. This year at the show their excited to introduce a new addition to their wash solutions…

The future of building communication is here

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

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