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Mark Tyson presents at Asset and Estate Management Conference

13th September 2017

Mark Tyson, Head of Property and Facilities Management, and Ed Pugh are a confirmed speakers at the Asset and Estate Management Conference on 13 September. The conference starts at 8:30am at the Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Rd, Glasgow G4.  

As funding continues to decline, local authorities across Scotland are having to adopt increasingly innovative and effective asset management strategies to deliver better outcomes for people, places and the economy.

The Asset and Estates Management conference will illustrate approaches the public sector must take to develop their built assets. Learn how senior practitioners across the sector are:

  • Realising and mapping their assets
  • Reaching maturity in their estates management and rationalisation programmes
  • Implementing a collaborative approach to realise joined up services
  • Generating income through commercialisation and streamlining assets
  • Understanding standards and benchmarking
  • Learning how to measure performance and asset value
  • Becoming early adopters of BIM for asset management and realising the benefits

Ed will be delivering the workshop at 11:40am; he will discuss “Buildings and Human Behaviour: Gaining Practical Insights”. This workshop will use real data to discuss the interrelationship of different data sources and how the angle from which these are viewed by (energy, asset management or well-being) can change both day-to-day and strategic decisions made.

will be taking to the stage at 3:35pm; he will discuss “How the digitalisation of Estate Management will challenge traditional operating models”. With an abundance of property related data being supplemented with the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution we have an opportunity to dramatically change how we view our space and human performance within in it.

This session will explore how we can use new and existing data streams to change how we manage our estates and deliver pro-active services to end users.

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