Smart Buildings

Smart Buildings Need Smarter Facilities Management

The emergence of smart technology is bringing huge benefits to various building stakeholders. For building owners, smart tech brings new property value, allowing them to attract better tenants and charge higher rents. For tenants, smart tech brings new business value, allowing them to optimize cost against productivity and attract better talent. For building occupants, smart tech brings health, wellbeing, and comfort benefits, allowing them to be the best they can be. However, for one group of stakeholders, facility managers (FM), smart tech has brought as much confusion and stress as clear benefits as they try to manage the rapid transformation of buildings. “Demands on property are rapidly changing – new patterns around how we work, live, and play demand greater flexibility and a more personalized experience. Individuals are also becoming more aware of their own health and wellbeing, which is driving more interest in the quality of internal environments. Alongside this there is a steadily […]

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