BIFM South Region CPD Event – 31st May 2017 Event –1730 for 1800
The BIFM Operational Readiness - A guide to ensuring long term effectiveness in the design and construction process
Creating a building that has the end user in mind is key and should be the starting point for any construction project whether it is a new build or a major refurbishment
Mike Packham, BWA, talks about this essential BIFM paper. The guidance provides practical insight of the roles and responsibilities of the FM discipline at each stage of the RIBA Plan of Work process. To deliver long term effectiveness and relevance for the end user facilities management professionals need to be engaged from the start and learnings and insights from operators applied to close the gap between building design and performance. This process supports the achievement of not only sustainable and energy efficient building operations but also of providing work environments that maximise the productivity of the occupants.
FM professionals as the representative of the end user of the building and with a detailed understanding of the core business and thus their key requirements are central to ensuring the definition and relevance of the project to deliver high performing buildings.
Mike is a Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years’ experience in the property/facilities management/construction industry. He has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from landscaping, through new build and refurbishment to civil/heavy engineering works. Mike has been heavily involved in the development of the BIFM Operational Readiness Guide and promoted it through webinars
The venue for the BIFM South Region event will be
University of Brighton
Queensdown School Road (off Lewes Rd)
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