BIFM London Region Annual Conference 2016
16th March 2016 (9:00AM - 6:00PM)
|Location||King's Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG|
|Details||Following the huge success of the 2015 London region conference, the 2016 event is even bigger and better. With case studies from key London projects including the Olympic Park, the latest research from Monica Parker at Hatch, a coffee tasting and education session from Bartlett Mitchell, a look at how to recognise the tipping point of occupant density when people’s productivity is impacted, and a behind-the-scenes tour of some of the world's most dangerous locations from Mike Lynch, commander of indigenous covert operations forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, this day is a must-attend for all London-based facilities professionals.
Tickets are £103 for BIFM members, and £153 for non-members and can be booked now at https://www.regonline.com/bifmlondonregionannualconference2016
The event's main sponsors are Principle Cleaning, Mayflower Washroom Services and BPR Group while exhibitors include Condeco, StaySafe, Julius Rutherfoord, PRS, Centre for Accessible Environments and Arthur McKay.
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8.30am Registration and refreshments
9.15am Welcome, Jason Cousins, chairman, BIFM London Region and welcome from Julie Kortens, chairman of the BIFM
Welcome, facilities manager from King’s Place
Welcome, Principle Cleaning
9.45am Case study of the Olympic Park and its legacy: Mark Downes, former Olympic Venues Project Director and Head of Service, London Legacy Development Corporation
10.30am Occupancy density/ real estate costs in London: Central London has the most expensive real estate in Europe and therefore some of the highest occupant densities. As more organisations introduce new ways of working to sweat their assets and pack more people into smaller spaces, is there a tipping point when too many people occupy too small a space and their productivity and performance is negatively affected? Chris Moriarty, from Leesman, will examine the link between occupant density and productivity in the capital and explore what facilities managers can do to maximise the productivity of their space, whatever its size.
11.45am Bartlett Mitchell on coffee provision within the workplace from an FM’s perspective: what to look for when providing this service and some coffee tasting, milk art.
12.30pm Coffee tasting and lunch break
1.45pm Monica Parker from Hatch will discuss her latest research into resiliency. In research by the CIPD, 90% of respondents felt that resiliency would be a key attribute in the workforce of the future. There is massive global instability these days. From markets to geopolitical tremors, and resiliency will be a key to building great teams.
2.30pm Peter McLennan, UCL: the impact of tuition fees on FM qualifications; trends in career progression in FM.
3.15pm Mike Lynch, commander indigenous covert operations forces in Iraq and Afghanistan: Mike served for almost two decades with British Special Forces, ultimately commanding their covert indigenous special operations programmes in Iraq and Afghanistan. His experience in ‘behind the lines’ covert target development is unsurpassed in modern day Special Forces having served the longest operational tour in Afghanistan in the history of the modern day British Army.
4.15pm Closing address, Jason Cousins, chairman, BIFM London Region
4.30pm Drinks and networking
6pm Event close
Sponsors and exhibitors