Research in an ISS white paper titled ‘Perspectives on the FM market development’ found that the Worldwide FM outsourcing market is expected to grow from US$959 billion in 2012 to US$1.3 trillion by 2018, with growth evident across global markets from North America and Europe to Latin America and Asia Pacific. This demand is now coming… Read more »
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Corrosion has a major economic impact on industry and the wider community. How to manage this corrosion is a challenge for owners and managers of assets ranging from suburban industrial units through to oil and gas production platforms. In order to promote a better understanding of corrosion, the Australasian Corrosion Association (ACA) will host the Corrosion… Read more »
The speed of technological change continues to gather pace, delivering substantial advantages to companies that embrace this unstoppable business dynamic. It’s important to acknowledge that businesses that have a commitment to embedding new technologies in their operations benefit from efficiency gains and heightened competitive advantage.
ISS Facility Services has won twelve awards at the Customer Service Institute of Australia’s (CSIA) 2015 Service Excellence Awards which took place on 28 October at Crown Palladium, Melbourne.
A new bi-monthly magazine scheduled for its print launch in March 2016, Corporate Waste Solutions (CWS) will be the only trade magazine in Australia to offer solutions-based information to a customer-centric readership. It will cover a broad mix of topics and themes, including hard waste and waste water management, recycling and sustainability issues. CWS is dedicated to providing… Read more »
Northline, one of Australia’s largest privately-owned logistics operations, is continuing its infrastructure investment with a new $3million transport and logistics facility to be built in Townsville.
So your new office is decked out with all the bells and whistles to promote workplace health, but do you know how to properly use your sit stand desk?
The word ‘institution’ conjures up many associations in aged care – most of them negative. However, institutions such as universities, student housing and science research organisations have many things in common with the aged care sector, and share similar challenges. Although they are usually run like businesses, it is the human values and a research-led… Read more »
Switchgear often fails because it has degraded into unsatisfactory condition prematurely. Performing proper maintenance can reduce the risk of unplanned downtime and extend the useful life of electrical equipment. This report presents 10 practical tips to optimise the performance and therefore enhance the reliability of electrical switchgear equipment.
Northern Sydney Institute is a stellar example of recycling a building and retrofitting it with the latest in innovative and sustainable technologies.
Building Information Modelling isn’t a fad and is a process to be added to the skill set of asset and facilities management professionals.
We have heard this all before, but now there’s a study that proves cognitive function gets a boost from well-ventilated offices with lower than average levels of indoor pollutants and carbon dioxide.
Security policies are worthless without buy-in from employees or suppliers and legislation has many small businesses in the dark, a data security survey has found.
Plug-in refrigeration and freezer appliances are in all types of commercial food outlets and institutions. They are major energy “hogs”, consuming a significant amount of electricity even when properly maintained.
FM magazine speak to Cushman & Wakefield’s general manager, Local & State Government, on the changes in the industry, how she’s adapted and the challenges and opportunities available to her.