We are looking forward to seeing you tomorrow at NFMT High Performance Green Buildings in Fort Worth. Be sure to come see us Wednesday June 2nd, at 2:45pm as we present how smart buildings cut labor costs. For those of you departing for Fort Worth today here is a little intro video from NFMT to get you ready for your arrival.
Come join us for Realcomm 2015: The Intersection of Technology, Innovation, and Real Estate Operations
Come join The Building People June 9th-10th in San Antonio, TX for Realcomm 2015: The Intersection of Technology, Innovation, and Real Estate Operations:
The future or what we hear people describe as the future is really here. Real time information management, next generation property management concepts, prescriptive analytics, integrated CRMs, automated leasing, advanced mobile platforms, outsourced e-mail (and accounting, property and HR) electronic payments, totally smart buildings, connected meters, zero energy projects, nextgen office space, new retailing concepts, integrated digital signage, immersion walls, Uber for leased space, drones to inspect roofs, robots to measure space, 3D printing for spare parts and much much more. These are no longer just ideas…they are real…they are now! Read more and register here…
Here is an interview with The Building People CEO Lawrence Melton from Realcomm 2013 as he discusses the exciting issues being covered at these annual events:
We can’t wait to see you there!
Come join us at NFMT High-Performance Buildings in Fort Worth, TX June 2-3 where we will be presenting how smart buildings cut labor costs. Smart buildings are often called connected buildings thanks to the integration of multiple systems that optimize operations and boost efficiencies. They also cut costs in labor departments, allowing for proactive maintenance, more reliable occupancy patterns and simplified operations management. This panel discussion offers a federal buildings perspective on the role smart buildings play in reducing labor costs and increasing staff efficiencies.
- Understand the federal government’s approach to smart building operations, and the use of intelligent monitoring to control the costs of energy-intensive systems such as HVAC and lighting
- Analyze troubleshooting capabilities of smart buildings that allow facilities professionals to assess real-time conditions, detect problems, and monitor building performance off-site
- Review the role of smart building technologies in simplified operations management.
To register for the entire event visit NFMT here.
The Building People was pleased to represent the more than 2,500 small businesses in Leesburg, VA as the town Council proclaimed May 11th-17th Small Business Week. Our thanks to the Leesburg Town Council members, the Mason Enterprise Center, and the people of Leesburg for making it a friendly place to run a small business.
The Building People is looking forward to joining many of you tomorrow for the Coalition for Government Procurement 2015 Spring Training Conference. We will be joining the afternoon panel titled The Future of Sustainable Government: From Ecolabels to Green Buildings where we will discuss the latest executive order “Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Federal Government and Across the Supply Chain“ and the impacts to contractors who do business with federal government agencies. We hope to see you there.
We are seeking candidates to provide support to our Federal client in Washington D.C. Candidates should possess experience within the Facilities Management, Real Estate, or IT Project Delivery support areas and have a strong desire to drive innovation and improved business performance. The strongest applicants will demonstrates thorough knowledge of contributing client engagement teams that design and develop business intelligence (BI) and predictive models for data warehouse (DW) information management architecture. Must be able to demonstrates thorough abilities to interact with end users to understand and document business and functional requirements for complex projects, including full software development life cycle, DW/BI/ETL tools and other related technologies (Continue Here).
Some highlights from Day 2 here in Los Angeles at #RICSsota.
Thanks to everyone who made last night’s RICS Summit of the Americas kickoff and Futures Report a great success. We are eager to engage over the next two days to help find solutions to the great challenges we face over the next couple decades. For those of you unable to attend the event you can follow it at #RICSsota. Here is a brief video introduction of the RICS Futures Report…