Facilities Managers Must Be on Top of Fire Safety
Following the Grenfell Tower tragedy in London and the 2014 Lacrosse apartment blaze in Melbourne, fire safety within multi-storey buildings has been the subject of considerable...
Future Proofing Buildings: Much More than Bike Racks
From marble-clad dressing rooms to luxe lounges with digital screens, end-of-trip facilities are much more than a few showers and bike racks in the basement.
Security and Risk Compliance Must Not Be Ignored
Organisations of all types face a world of increasing threats, both physical and virtual. These same organisations have significant responsibilities for minimising the associated risks to...
Building Managers Open up Their Wallets
Facilities management appears to have emerged as an important area of opportunity within the property sector throughout Australia as owners of higher grade buildings increasingly seek...
Systems Consolidation Becomes Critical to Modern Building Management
The centralised integration of the multiple data streams and systems capabilities made available by emerging technologies promises to radically improve the practice of modern building management.
Integration of Management Platforms Enhances Building Performance
Recent years have seen the emergence of a slew of new technologies for raising the efficiency and ease of operation of the modern world's built environments...
How the Cloud Can Help Manage Multi-site Facilities
In a perfect world, facilities managers would always choose to optimise building performance.
The Changing Face of Building Automation
Both around the world and in Australia, the push to use technology to make buildings operate in a more efficient manner is well documented.
The Changing Face of Facilities Management
As building systems become more integrated, commercial building owners and tenants become increasingly concerned about sustainability and focus shifts toward life-cycle management of built assets, the...