“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.
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…
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.
As TFX’s water sponsor, Billi knows a lot about sustainability. This year, the company announced a new partnership with Waterlogic, bringing about a number of benefits for Billi customers. We spoke to Billi’s national sector director – FM, John Dykes, to find out more.
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.
With industries being challenged to diversify their workforce, evidence suggests that diversity in the workplace can have positive benefits.
As waste management continues to be a top priority for FM, Method have made implementing a successful recycling and waste solution into your facility simple, cost-effective and good-looking.
For 10 years, Pete Tickler, head of digital innovation at ERM Power, has focused on the intersection between data and energy. Speaking at Total Facilities on data and demand management, he says the devil is in the detail – you just need to open your eyes.
Digital building models have evolved and are set to make a positive impact on facilities management.