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MRI London offices cut operational costs and improve sustainability with real-time, occupancy-based energy usage

Using data capture and analytics technology, the team at MRI Software’s head UK offices at King Street in London have streamlined energy usage and created a more efficient and flexible workplace, leading to an estimated saving of £20,000 per year. ...

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BigChange Analytics Dashboards track business costs and profit

BigChange has launched a series of Analytics Dashboards to display critical business information for FM firms. Big-screen graphs and tables provide an instant view of performance, such as job costs, productivity, customer service, and finance. The dashboards receive live data ...

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Met Office launches Climate Data Portal to help organisations respond to climate change

The Met Office’s Climate Data Portal has gone live today, giving organisations improved access to climate data and other resources, allowing them to better understand and respond to climate change. Part of the Met Office’s wider strategy to maximise the benefits of ...

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The importance of AI-driven data analysis for retailers, landlords and the facilities management teams supporting them

By James Massey, Managing Director of Facilities Management, MRI Software Bruised and battered coming out of the pandemic, anyone working in the retail sector continues to face severe economic challenges as the cost-of-living crisis and rising energy costs take a ...

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BCIS boosts expansion plans with acquisition

The Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) has acquired price book business Griffiths & Hutchins Publications to expand its offering to the built environment industry. The takeover will boost BCIS’ efforts to support the market with construction costs and will also ...

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Restore Records Management launches campaign to show physical data more respect

Restore Records Management has launched a campaign for physical data to be given more respect and warns that the UK’s “paperless dream” needs to be reviewed. The company says that the country has been chasing digital transformation for years, with ...

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€108K annual energy savings identified by office building performance review

Consultants from climate tech firm, IES, have helped Savills achieve projected annual energy costs savings of up to €108,000 and carbon savings of up to 302 tonnes of CO2 per year, after optimising the operational performance of a 14,000m2 office building in ...

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Call for evidence to guide development of the UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard

The UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard (the NZCBS) coalition has launched a call for evidence, to help inform and guide the development of the Standard. Once developed, it will provide a single agreed definition and methodology for the industry to ...

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Infogrid acquires ESG data and analytics firm

Infogrid, a leader in building intelligence SaaS technology, has acquired Aquicore, an ESG data and analytics company that empowers real estate institutions to take the actions necessary to achieve net zero carbon. The announcement comes off the back of a ...

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Built environment professional bodies join forces to align data standards

BESA, RICS and NBS have joined forces to align the data standards that are used to manage costing, carbon and building and facilities maintenance, in a bid to clear up confusion and shift the digital focus from new build to ...

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