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…
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Leesburg, Virginia – April 15, 2015
The Building People, LLC Receives HUBZone Certification
The Building People, recently became a certified participant in the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Historically Underutilized Business Zone Program (HUBZone) in Leesburg, VA. Each year the Federal Government has an annual goal of awarding 3% of all federal prime contracts to HUBZone-certified small business concerns. As a proud member of the Town of Leesburg’s small business community for more than 2 years, The Building People is excited to participate in the program and play a key role in Loudoun County’s growing small business community. Participants with HUBZone Certifications have the opportunity to receive competitive and sole source contracts with the Federal Government.
The Building People is a corporate real estate and facilities management organization that prides itself on 20 years of executive leadership experience operating, maintaining, and providing service and space solutions for building owners and their customers. Their leadership team includes nationally recognized professionals in the real estate management, facilities, and technology sectors. Their mission is to maximize the workplace experience and reduce costs without sacrificing quality and reliability. They achieve this by empowering building owners and operators to propagate new norms and tenant behaviors toward organizational efficiency, energy sustainability, and savings opportunities.
Over the last two years, The Building People has provided solutions and expertise across multiple Federal agencies, commercial enterprise and universities. With a growing team of professionals, their firm continues to implement global cost savings and strategic real estate and facilities management services for their customers that are maximizing the use of data, automation and smarter infrastructure solutions.
202 Church St. SE #306, Leesburg, Virginia 20175 | Ph. 703.669.2222 | thebuildingpeople.com
The Building People is proud to participate in this afternoon’s RICS Government Asset Management Leaders’ Roundtable where leaders in asset management from over a dozen federal agencies will discuss their strategies and challenges around portfolio management, technology, data, high performance buildings, and outsourcing. We are extremely excited to engage in this conversation and look forward to meeting all the participants. For those participating, the event will be held at BOMA International, 1101 15th Street NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20005.
Special thanks to RICS and BOMA for organizing this exciting event. Please check their sites below where you will find excellent future industry events:
Come join The Building People in Los Angeles, April 22-24th for the third annual RICS Summit of the Americas. The Building People will be joined by dozens of industry experts from around the world as they educate audiences on best practices and how to prepare today for the future of real estate management and construction. For a sneak peak at some of the topics that will be discussed see this recent interview with Neil Shah, Managing Director of the Americas at RICS as he discusses A View of 2030: RICS Futures Report. You can register now for the 2015 RICS Summit of the Americas here.
Just a reminder to register for IBCon 2015 in San Antonio, TX June 9-10th.
IBcon has grown to become the world’s most comprehensive and leading edge discussion on the next generation of smart, connected, high-performance, green, sustainable, intelligent buildings. This event is not about the traditional one building, one system, one vendor smart building of yesterday, but rather the open architected, interoperable, integrated, IP, IT centric smart buildings of tomorrow.
Come join us in Baltimore this week for NFMT Building Operations Management Conference 2015 (did we mention its free). The conference will kickoff today and run through Thursday March 12th.
We will be attending a number of the events and hosting a session Thursday on Sustainability in the Federal Government. We would love to see you there.
This discussion will center on the challenges facing federal executives using technology to measure, track and manage the sustainability programs and goals. The industry has recognized that establishing a vision around real estate and technology requires the engagement of program leaders. Furthermore, this global vision requires a strategic approach to aligning program strategies with technology roadmaps and architecture.
1. Discuss how to leverage the use of technology to drive sustainable practices
2. Review how to measure, track, monitor, and manage against sustainability goals
3. Assess the long term strategy for ensuring the maximum benefit from repair and alterations investments
4. Understand how technology solutions can be used to support a real estate program and long-term strategies