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Judges of the Building Performance Awards 2015 now take centre stage, carefully considering all entries. Judge Susie Diamond gives insight into what this involves for her.
Geoff Prudence, Chair of the CIBSE Facilities Management Group, discusses the role of Facilities Managers and how they will be recognised by the Building Performance Awards 2015
The consultation will run until 9 October
28th and 29th October 2014 at the QEII, Westminster, London
Munish Datta, Head of Facilities and Plan A at M&S, reflects on the achievements of the Cheshire Oaks store and as a 2015 Awards Judge, explains what he will be looking for from an entry.
25th September 2014, 6.30pm, Glasgow City Chambers
Society of Light and Lighting,President Elect, Liz Peck discusses the role of lighting in building services. She also provides insights into what the judging panel will be looking for in an Awards entry.
Register now for a chance to earn 4 days CPD whilst competing for a cash prize of £1,500.
PDTs are now being made available for public consultation and the Institution is seeking feedback from the building services sector