Come join The Building People CEO Lawrence Melton as he moderates the Federal Real Property Association on January 14, 2014 to kick off a new year! During the January breakfast, we will hear from an exciting Federal Real Property Panel lead by GSA PBS Commissioner Dorothy Robyn and other panelists from GSA to include: Martha Benson, Assistant Commissioner for Portfolio Management, Bart Bush, Assistant Commissioner for Client Solutions,Flavio Peres, Assistant Commissioner for Property Disposal, and Chris Wisner, Assistant Commissioner for Real Estate.
Location: National Press Club, D.C.
Date: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Time: 8:00am -10:30am C
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This is also the first event of 2014 and a great opportunity to renew your membership or become a member to enjoy all of the great events planned for the year ahead. Individual memberships can be purchased on this Eventbrite invitation. For corporate memberships and sponsorships, please visit out membership page on the FRPA website, www.frpa.us or you can contact us at Frpainfo@gmail.com.
(from Fed News Radio 1500AM)
Advances in technology are changing the way federal offices are designed, making old, cavernous, buildings more productive and collaborative places to work. “The average age of federal facilities is over 35-years old or close to it,” said Larry Melton, former GSA executive and current CEO of The Building People. “The first step is you’ve got to measure utilization. You’ve got to figure out where am I using it, what am I not using and assess from there. But, the reality is, if it’s an old building or a new building, you can make an old building smart, even by today’s technology. There’s certainly many, many capabilities out there in the market to make that happen.” (Read the rest here)
Listen to The Building People CEO Lawrence Melton on 1500AM Fed News Radio where he will discuss important innovations in building design and construction to support the latest collaborative and mobile workplace environments, smart occupancy, smart buildings, and the connected real estate model.
The interview will air live around 7:30am on Thursday November 21st, but if you miss it don’t worry we will post here shortly so check back.
Come join Larry Melton, CEO of The Building People, as he takes the stage with AgilQuest CEO, John Vivadelli to talk Smart Occupancy at this September’s Smart Occupancy Conference in Washington DC, hosted by AgilQuest.
Smart Occupancy is a workplace strategy that maximizes efficiency, productivity and sustainability with processes and technology, to balance freedom and flexibility with measurement and control. This strategy delivers focused, measurable results, is implemented through specific processes, and answers key operational and strategic questions. A well-executed Smart Occupancy strategy delivers results for the organization, for the individual workers in that organization, and for the surrounding community. Breakout sessions at this year’s AWC will arm organziations with the tools and knowledge to succeed with Smart Occupancy.
The July 25th webinar event, “Establishing & Selling the Vision – Engaging Facilities, IT, Energy & Sustainability” is now available for download here.
The phrase “Intelligent Building” has come to mean different things to different people. This confusion has slowed adoption of many good ideas. Prior to a technical discussion of a smart building, it is important to be able to first clearly articulate a vision as it relates to energy conservation, sustainability, organizational efficiency, financial performance and occupant satisfaction. This webinar will discuss the importance of establishing a comprehensive vision that is communicated to every stakeholder inside and outside an organization.
As everyone knows big data has big potential, but how data is collected will transform the integrity of your analytics and return on investment. This recent article in Fed Times outlines the hurdles federal agencies face when attempting to form intelligence from massive databases. Here at The Building People LLC, we have solutions to overcome these elements and deliver the type of analytics that help businesses and tax payers’ save big money. Its not the data, but what you do with it that matter.
Agencies rely on vast sources of data to fight tax fraud, improve health care, manage federal buildings and improve delivery of citizen services. But obtaining and making sense of …