Bsria’s head of Sustainable Construction, Joanna Harris, will be presenting at the Facilities Management Forum at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa, Northampton on Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 July.
Facilities management is at the heart of a good workplace. It starts at design of a facility and continues during operation. Harris will discuss how an FM makes a positive impact on workplace productivity and wellbeing.
She will discuss how to influence the design of a facility and the environment that can improve workplace wellbeing. Drawing on good examples from recent new build projects that have been monitored and published. Concluding with how on-going management of the workplace environment can promote wellbeing.
Harris said: “I am delighted to be speaking at the forum. I’m passionate about facilities that meet the needs of the users and the facilities management industry has a large part to play in improving users experiences. I keen to pass on lessons learned and influence the delegates to engage in the design and construction process much earlier and ensure standards are not let to slide during operation.”
The event is a perfect opportunity for industry to share its experience with a pre-qualified audience. The seminars are 45 minutes and are intended to be an education programme for the delegates.
Facilities Management Forum is a niche event, with a tailored personalised itinerary of face to face meetings, for full delegate participation.