Home' Facility Perspectives : Vol 12 No 1 Contents Digital Transformation in FM 2018 comes to Melbourne
Due to the overwhelming interest in last year’s Digital Transformation
Summit in Sydney, the FMA is bringing it to Melbourne! Keep on top
of this fast-moving industry, hear from new speakers and pick up the
latest FM-specific information in digital technology.
Join us at our Digital Transformation Summit in Melbourne on
3 May, as we discover what the digitisation of the industry means
for you. We’ll discuss the challenges being faced, explore the new
technologies on offer, and learn how to embrace the digital tools that
are occupying the business environment.
3 9:00 am – Registration opens
3 9:30 am – Welcome
3 9:45 am – BIM in FM morning presentations and panel
3 12:30 pm – Lunch
3 1:30 pm – Digital technologies afternoon presentations and
3 4:00 pm – Workshop
3 5:00 pm – Drinks and networking
3 6:00 pm – Event closes.
Speakers: Teresa Scott (APCC), Warwick Stannus (A.G. Coombs),
Rhys Sullivan (HuxConnect), Michael Haines (VANZI) and more to be
To register, please visit www.fma.com.au/events/digital-
Registrations are now open for Ideaction.Oceania
This year, the Facilities Management National Conference is going to
North Queensland. The tropical city of Cairns is the perfect location
for a number of opportunities that we have not seen at previous
Once again, the facilities management industry will come together
to share information and research at Ideaction.Oceania. The 2018
conference and exhibition will be held 27–29 May. We welcome your
participation as a delegate, sponsor or exhibitor working towards a
prosperous outlook through increasing effectiveness and growth in
the management of facilities.
The conference’s theme, Our Challenge is our Progress, is a
concept that drives a focus on the rapidly changing environment
in which facilities management professionals operate. There is an
expectation that the four streams will again attract a high degree of
interest given their direct relationship to the changing face of the
The program is very exciting this year, with world-class speakers
plus an activities program for the afternoon on day two.
For more information, visit www.fma.com.au/ideaction-
World FM Day 2018: Enabling positive experiences
Once a year, the global facilities management community comes
together to celebrate FM on World FM Day.
Duncan Waddell, Chairman of Global FM, says, ‘The 2018 theme
shines the spotlight on facilities management’s important role
across the globe. Facility managers deliver exceptional customer
experiences across multiple sectors worldwide, and World FM Day is
an important time for us to reflect on that’.
Join us at ACMI, Federation Square in Melbourne, Victoria on
7 June to hear from keynote speakers on emerging FM trends in line
with the theme for World FM Day.
It is a day that facilities management professionals use to reflect on
their achievements over the past year.
You can register at www.fma.com.au/events/vic-world-fm-
Programmed selected as asset management provider for
UTAS student accommodation
Programmed Facility Management has been selected as the asset
management provider for the University of Tasmania’s (UTAS’s) student
accommodation facilities as part of the Spark Living consortium.
The innovative public-private partnership (PPP) model unlocks
capital in the university’s student accommodation to provide
opportunity for greater investment in the institution’s core priorities:
research, teaching and the student experience.
Working in partnership with UTAS, Programmed will deliver
whole-of-life asset-management services with a strong focus on
safety, continuous improvement and value for money.
Services will span maintenance and replacement, cleaning and
waste, and capital works, and will include management of the help
desk and utilities for 1800 beds across 10 purpose-built student
Programmed FM currently delivers asset-management services
within five current PPP projects in Australia and New Zealand. It
is the current asset-management service-delivery partner to the
University of Wollongong, and the long-term asset manager for
Southern Queensland Correctional Centre in Spring Creek.
The Programmed team will be based at Hobart, Launceston and
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