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13.01.2020, 19:38

The Future of Facilities Management

Facilities Management, Americas
A new report from Aramark considers the impact of key trends in technology, space management and the wellbeing of building occupants on the FM industry.

 

Top 20 Facilities Management Trends for 2020 describes new and innovative approaches building owners and facility managers can take to improve sustainability, and considers the potential impact of recent advancements, from sensor technologies and robotics to space management and sustainability on the future of facilities management.

 

John Hanner, Aramark's President of Facilities Services, says:

"As experts in managing facilities services, we pride ourselves in being at the forefront of developing and identifying innovative solutions that provide the greatest value and impact on our clients’ environments.

 

"These trends will help transform the way facilities managers plan, operate and maintain buildings in 2020 and beyond."

 

The report is available for download at https://workplaceinsights.aramark.com/facilities-management-trends.

 

 

 

 

 

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