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Webinar: Meeting the new building reality

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23/06/20 | Rebecca Drewett

Join FSI and FMJ for an informative webinar to discuss the latest digital solutions that can help organisations run safely and efficiently in post Covid-19 times.

The webinar will take place on the 9th July at 11am.

You can sign up for the webinar here

As lockdown rules slowly start to ease, FM’s key role is to assure stakeholders, from operatives to occupants, that their buildings are being safely managed.

To do this, they must undertake comprehensive strategy planning to prepare buildings for reoccupation, to ensure their buildings are ready for any inspections and compliance checks, whilst remaining as agile as possible to react to ongoing Government guidelines.

Join Sara Bean, Editor of FMJ, Compton Darlington, Business Development Director at FSI, and Paul Bullard, Business Strategy Director at FSI, to discuss the latest digital solutions. Coming out of these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to remove the risk at source rather than reactively dealing with a risk when it occurs. This is why this webinar will include a look at ways of remotely monitoring the subcontractor workforce, allowing FM’s to demonstrate to colleagues and operatives that their buildings are safe places.

On the panel will be Richard Wilson, Head of Estate Management at Wimbledon, The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Ltd., who will provide a rare insight into how they have kept their vast and impressive site running, how maintenance has been affected and altered, how they plan to reopen their site, and early plans for the 2021 Wimbledon Championships.

Also on the panel will be David Smith, Digital Transformation Director of Amey, who have continued to deliver essential services across the UK during the pandemic with a focus on data driven optimisation. David will share his perspective on the opportunities that are available through changing operational processes and deploying technological solutions during and post COVID to deliver FM services.

This crisis could well be the catalyst that paves the way for FM to become elevated, receive increased investment and fully digitise at long last.

This discussion is aimed at providing FMs who are keen to embrace the future with some valuable insights into how this can be achieved.