Tag: facilities management

Part 1 of the Building Operating Management Magazine’s Green Building Report

Despite Energy Efficiency Gains, Federal Operating Costs Have Risen Part 1 of a 4-part Green Building Report. By Charles Dilley May 2016 For the past several years,  government agencies have reduced the size of the federal real property footprint, implemented sustainability programs, and increased utilization of their space to be more efficient. Campaigns champion property […]

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Agile Knowledge Management at the General Services Administration’s Public Buildings Service

The Project Management Institute (PMI), the foremost leader in project management best practices, has released a knowledge management pilot study conducted by the General Services Administration (GSA), Public Building Service (PBS) in their Rocky Mountain Region, that leverages existing applications to harness their knowledge management capabilities towards a long term solution for this immense organization. […]

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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, […]

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Come Join The Building People at the 2015 RICS Summit of the Americas

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. […]

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People Make Smart Buildings, Not Just the High-Tech Hype

Smart buildings have been and are continuing to catch the eye of many building owners, operators and investors. They’re waking-up to the reality that this is the way of the future and will ultimately reduce costs and improve efficiencies. For some, it’s a significant learning curve, and for others, it’s something they’ve been keeping an […]

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