This is the first in a quarterly series of updates exclusively for i-FM from Tussell, the public sector procurement experts.
The pandemic has brought with it some real opportunities for future-focused facilities professionals.
Covid-19 has driven changes in commercial cleaning with an increased demand for enhanced cleaning coupled with proof of effectiveness and increased hygiene standards.
Grey space, those areas that now look like being surplus floorspace, might well present an opportunity for office occupiers to invest in new flexible workspace.
The past year has been tough on conventional wisdom. Covid-19 has challenged everything we think we know about the world, including the nature of work and workplace.
Last summer, as a result of the Covid-19 lockdown, carbon emissions fell by over 10% compared to 2019, as offices, shops and leisure centres were forced to close.
Building owners who fail to comply with proposed new fire safety measures could be faced with unlimited fines.
Gas monitoring and control is a key part of the role for FM professionals. But it can be a challenge to stay up to date with the latest thinking and technology.
The recent easing of lockdown and reopening of pubs, shops and outdoor spaces has re-energised discussions surrounding the return to offices.
The commercial property market will have a key role to play in helping the UK achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. But how do we start moving towards such a seemingly daunting goal?
As we decide how we are going to fuel sustainable communities in the future, the fact is there is no single outright winner amongst the options.
Will Richards highlights three best workplace strategies to support talent attraction and retention in a post-Covid19 world.
Rodrigue Zbinden considers the recent increase in cloud adoption and how hosted security solutions can help to manage teams, facilities and operations.
One of the fastest growing sectors for global investment in the past few years has been technology designed to make buildings smarter and more sustainable.
Few could have predicted the disruption of the pandemic, which has left thousands of buildings across the country lying empty. How do we think about what comes next?
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