Delivering the world’s most sustainable shopping centre is a lofty aim. But in a suburb in Melbourne’s east, that’s exactly what’s happening.
The Facility Management Association of Australia (FMA) and Total Facilities (TFX) will partner to deliver Australia’s largest event servicing the FM industry, at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre on 27-29 October 2020
BIM is rapidly picking up momentum across Australia and New Zealand; already established in the design and construction stages and growing into the operational phase where facility managers are seeing the benefits.
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.
What do Google, Amazon and Microsoft have in common? They all use biophilic design in their workplaces. The trending design uses aspects of the natural world to improve the health and wellbeing of the buildings we live and work in.
Australia’s biggest builders and developers create some of the world’s most innovative projects. And whether their buildings offer human-centric design, net zero benchmark or integrated fit outs, they continue to challenge and change the way we live, work and play.
Smart technology and spaces will be the key focus when leading thinkers come together for Australia’s premier event in facilities management, Total Facilities (TFX), this October in Melbourne.
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.
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.
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.