Environmental systems such as the Green Star rating have been created to encourage building owners improve sustainability.
As Chief Design Officer, Aaron Dustin will be responsible for brand, user experience and creative. Aaron tells us why he joined CIM, what he does outside work and more.
We expect 6 key factors to impact sustainability in the Australian built environment sector in 2022.
We answers many of the initial questions that you’re likely to have regarding the NABERS rating for buildings and how to improve them.
We anticipate changes in everything from occupancy levels, an increased focus on air flow and changes in how operational and capital expenditures will be managed.
Thank you for your unwavering support this year, and we wish you all a safe, healthy and happy festive season. Here’s to a successful 2022!
Strong performance against the GRESB benchmarks can provide Australian property owners with a competitive advantage over their rivals
Monitoring CO2 gives facilities managers the tool they need to manage the balance between ventilation, thermal comfort and energy expenditure.
As Hitech manufacturing finance managers and site leaders across Ireland and the wider UK work toward their commitments to carbon-neutral operations by 2030, unpacking the true costs associated with meeting these goals is ever more relevant.
There is a significant opportunity in the built environment to move ahead of the political rhetoric and gain reputational advantage with key stakeholders
The COVID pandemic created a seismic shift for retail and commercial building operations and with very little warning owners, tenants and Facility Managers have had to quickly adapt to new rules and regulations.
As pressure mounts on the built environment to achieve key sustainability measures and fast track towards net zero emissions, the C-suite now has a new member – Chief Sustainability Officer.