Tuesday 12th February 2019
Friends House, London, NW1 2BJ
APSE is pleased to present this seminar, bringing together expert speakers to provide insights on effective and efficient property and facilities management, backed up with selected case studies to demonstrate what success can look like.
The day starts with a presentation by Anne Kinder, Lead Judge with the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management on what makes a great facilities manager, followed by Mark Bradbury, Director of Property & Economy at the London Borough of Enfield looking at the challenges and opportunities of corporate assets and facilities management.
Session 2 moves on to examine Renewable energy initiatives with Nottingham City Council – winners of APSE Best Renewable Energy Initiative Award 2018 - presenting on their Smart Energy Buildings Strategy, and Paul O’Brien, Chief Executive of APSE looking at Sustainability and Council Assets.
The speed of change is increasing all the time - nowhere is this truer than in the workplace. Complex factors and emerging trends, from the social to the technological, are reshaping the way we operate and the environments in which we work. Session 3 of the Seminar, looks at the logistics of making innovation work – including the use of drones in building inspections and the work Bristol City Council put into winning the Civil Service TW3 Award 2017 for One Public Estate 2017.
The late afternoon sessions will showcase where and how diverse professions are working together for the mutual benefit of their organisations and the communities they serve under the banner of “Buildings & People – Shared Spaces, Shared Services”.
Exploring the convergence of property, place and people in the workspace.