December/January FM magazine out this week

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FM is happy to announce that the December/January issue of FM magazine is now on its way to subscribers and newsstands. With ex-superbike champion Marty Craggill on the cover, the magazine is packed full of industry news and information.

Get your subscription to FM online or by calling 1800 804 160.

Included in this issue:

  • Marty Craggill discusses his move from being an Australian superbike champion to founding Maz Maintenance, a building and maintenance solutions company,
  • a thought-leadership piece from Schneider Electric outlining how mobile applications are positively influencing the operation of healthcare facilities,
  • an exploration of Maroochydore’s new high-tech waste system, which transports the city’s rubbish through underground vacuum pipes at speeds of up to 70km/h,
  • FM‘s Annual Software Guide – a comprehensive overview of the latest software products and suppliers in Australasia’s facilities management sector,
  • ASSA ABLOY looks at how building information modelling (BIM) is being utilised by the security industry and facility managers in the built environment,
  • David McEwen reports on how commercial buildings can adapt to a rapidly changing climate,
  • Schindler Lifts explains how existing commercial buildings can become more attractive to tenants by undertaking an elevator modernisation project,
  • a look at the rising trend of co-working spaces, particularly in Melbourne and Sydney,
  • Blake Lindley discusses how facility and building managers can improve their approach to refurbishment waste,
  • Colin Kinsey discusses the extensive energy costs that can be incurred by refrigeration system and the ways to curb them, and
  • Sara Kirby talks to Kirsten Smith and Louisa Keleher of Women in FM (WiFM) and follows the rise of women in the industry.

Get your subscription to FM online or by calling 1800 804 160.

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