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September 1st, 2015


5 Minutes With: Mark Graham

fmME delves below corporate strategy to understand what makes the region’s FM service providers tick

Top Six FM products of the month - September 2015

Facilities Management Middle East reviews the latest gadgets, essential kit and product innovations making an impact in the GCC construction market

Relevance of Biofuel as UAE petrol sector evolves

Delivering savings and reducing the company’s carbon footprint since its inception, Transguard’s biofuel initiative continues to be relevant at a time when the UAE’s petrol sector is evolving

The FMME Guide to Cityscape Global

With the latest edition of the annual event just around the corner, fmME reaches out to participants and sponsors to discuss their involvement with the upcoming Cityscape Global 2015

FM leaders weigh in on tackling BMS

From commercial high-rises to highly advanced data centres, each type of facility operates under its own distinct variation of a building management system (BMS). Leaders of FM weigh in on tackling BMS across a variety of formats

A green thumb in the sand

With Scalding temperatures coupled with copious dust, the Middle East is a harsh environment for landscaping. Hoping to get a feel for their challenges and best practices, fmME reaches out to the experts with ‘green thumbs’.

The FM lifeline: 36 Strategies

fmME sits down with 36 Strategies’ Steven Speter to discuss the complex web of procurement and how his firm is tackling the challenges

Void between building construction and management

Barry Clarke, general manager of Qatar and KSA, Macro, discusses the prospect of incorporating BIM into FM

Tackling UAE's aging property market

As properties age, we need to be smarter in the way we anticipate forthcoming works to ensure sufficient budget exists to continually support the core business

Living in the digital jungle

The positive impact of IoT on FM

Prospect of digital records in FM

Imagine a digital record that would contain an individual's preferences for lighting, room temperature and management of domestic technology