Facility Management, Integrated Facilities Management

Misconceptions About Facility Management

While Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) has transformed the role and practices of facilities management for countless companies yet misconceptions surrounding its implementation, value and usage still persist. Some companies believe that they can cut costs by managing facilities on their own but the repercussions of such decision could end up
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Facility Management, Integrated Facilities Management

Township V/S Society – Facility Management

Developers offer a plethora of projects in gated communities as well as townships. Both have pros and cons that would differ from varied point of views of developers, investors, and buyers – they are modern, self-sufficient, and fully equipped. No longer are such properties available only to moneyed HNIs and
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Facility Management, Integrated Facilities Management

Adding Value To FM Hiring With A Holistic Background Check

Creating a secure learning environment for students should be the overarching goal of any educational institution. This can be ensured, in part with good quality security systems and infrastructure. What plays an even bigger role, however, is the staff employed at schools. Specifically, in the case of facility management, the
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Facility Management, Integrated Facilities Management

Facility Management for the Next Generation of Buildings

In their latest report on the climate crisis, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has mentioned that we can still hope to escape the worst consequences of climate change, but are currently placed in a “now or never” situation where we must act immediately.  Responses to such findings as
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Integrated Facilities Management

7 Biggest Myths around EV: Now Busted!

Electric Vehicles, often times referred to as EVs are the new talk of the town! Their USP being no carbon emissions and in turn being an efficient alternative to their petrol and diesel counterparts, that cause an irreversible amount of pollution. Acknowledging this paradigm change in the customers’ buying behavior
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