When CEO of visitor management software company Proxyclick Gregory Blondeau asked leading IFMA members and facilities management commentators what it takes to succeed in the industry today, the answers he received were surprisingly uniform.
The release of updated Q4 waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) collection figures confirms UK producers met their 2016 targets, although more thorough scrutiny points to problems with government and industry targets.
Peter Scott, President of The Lighting Industry Association (the LIA) and Fern-Howard Lighting CEO, discusses the impact of LED technology, BIM, insurance warranties, and more on the development of lighting - and how the industry's largest trade a...
Cameron Forecourt managing director Barry Jenner considers last year's reclassification of Diesel which brought the fuel under the scope of the UK's Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations (DSEAR).
According to Mark Sayers, principal consultant with resource efficiency specialist Ecosurety, statutory waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) collection figures reported yesterday suggest potentially costly fines for producers in the UK.
Trainee Quantity Surveyor with Turner and Townsend Joe Chapman always had an interest in the built environment but only realised the variety of roles that are available within construction on a business trip to the Philippines in 2014.
Despite all the recent fuss from our colleagues in the air-handling press over indoor air quality (IAQ), Head of Gibbons Ultraviolet Solutions Colin Hardman asks whether things have really changed at all over the years.