Tag : technology

Join us for the RICS ‘Infrastructure Management: Current Practices and Future Trends,’ Breakfast Event

RICS Infrastructure Breakfast
Come join DC’s infrastructure professionals for breakfast Thursday October 5th as we present RICS 2017 publication of, Infrastructure Management: Current Practices and Future Trends. We will introduce the research and host a panel discussion to examine some of the most pressing issues facing private and public sector infrastructure professionals working

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The Building People – B3 Benchmarking Update

In this Update:

Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) scores
Improvements to Improvements tab
EnergyCAP integration
Additional new feature highlights

Building level metrics and navigation
Renewable meter types
Import wizard updates
Site decommissioning
Fiscal year reporting and exporting

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Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) scores
Scores are now available for wastewater treatment plants. They are based on ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager’s (ESPM)

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RICS PRESS RELEASE: RICS Names Lawrence Melton, CEO and President of The Building People as FM Sector Chair, ex officio

For immediate release November 14, 2016
Contact:
Alan F. Cohen
Corporate Affairs Associate, Communications
t: +1-202 602-1450  m: 646 847-5706
e: acohen@rics.org
RICS names new members to its Americas board

New York – RICS in the Americas, the New York-based regional branch of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the largest global organization for professionals in real

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Come Join The Building People for the Agile Workplace Conference Tomorrow, Sep15th, 2015 in Washington DC

Come join The Building People for the 5th annual Agile Workplace Conference in September. At The Building People we are constantly advising our clients on how their People are the key to unlocking their facility’s potential in terms of sustainability and workplace satisfaction.  Whether you are in Workplace Strategy, Program Management, IT management, Operations

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The Human Element Part I: Training Staff, Occupants to Reach Sustainability Goals

Check out part 1 of our 3 part series at Building Operating Management Magazine exploring what is needed beyond technology to achieve high-performance buildings:
Congratulations, you’ve just achieved LEED certification for your high-performance green building which includes a new photovoltaic system, a green roof, and state-of-the-art advanced metering, all of which is supported

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Workplace Success Begins with People and Choice: Telling the Story Behind GSA Headquarters Transformation

Recently, Work Design Magazine invited The Building People to film the success story around the workplace transformation at GSA’s headquarters facility at 1800 F Street in Washington DC. The Building People’s Lawrence Melton and Linda Osgood gathered with Chuck Hardy (GSA), Janet Pogue (Gensler), John Vivadelli (Agilquest), and Torrance Houlihan

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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

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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

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The Building People to participate in RICS global roundtable on best practice asset management

What are the principles of best practice asset management? How can facility operators provide the level of service their tenants expect while maintaining profits that are dictated by fluctuating markets? Accepting that every facility has its unique operational hurdles, are there global principles that can drive facility operating costs down

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