The changing role of facilities management

Davis, Matt
April 2010
Utility Week;4/16/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 13, p13
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the changing role of facilities management in Great Britain with the anticipated arrival of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme. He describes the new role of the facilities manager as a communicator, which involves the development and integration of measures into an organisation's daily business. He discusses the traditional role of the facilities manager. The author also examines the complexities of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.


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