In his new role, Easey will be responsible for helping new and existing customers to develop IoT based smart building management solutions across their property portfolio, with a strong focus on statutory compliance.
Easey has been in the FM sector since 2000, starting with operational client side responsibilities at NTL telecom, before moving into sales and client facing functions in the outsourced facilities sector, most recently holding senior positions with Mitie and Leadec.
He specialises in technical and integrated solutions across a multitude of sectors, including manufacturing, nuclear and aviation and commercial facilities, and has led complex bid strategies for clients exploring first time outsource programmes through to Intelligent IoT based strategies.
Speaking about his appointment, Easey said: “I am thrilled to be joining the Churchill family. I’m looking forward to working with the team here to build and develop valuable and sustainable relationships with our clients, and to take an active role in helping to grow the business.”
Spencer Culley, MD of Churchill Environmental added: “We’re delighted to welcome Nick as part of the team. His experience and knowledge, and his ability to build strong client partnerships will be invaluable to our business.”
Churchill Environmental delivers environmental compliance services including water and air hygiene, fire, electrical and gas safety, and asbestos management.
FMJ has teamed up with Zip Water, creator of award-winning sustainable drinking water systems, to discuss the ways in which FMs can safeguard the provision of essential amenities within the workplace as we emerge into a new era of touch-free, socially distanced offices.
During the event, which will feature a panel of leading FMs and an FM services provider, we will discuss how FM professionals, office managers and HR managers can balance the need to manage shared spaces, such as staff kitchens, while maintaining a safe environment and meeting energy and waste reduction targets. This will include a look at some of the latest touch-free technologies; including apps to manage workflow and hands-free automation (e.g. automatic doors, taps etc).
Join us on Wednesday 25th November at 11:00am for an event which will address the ways FMs can meet their commitment to ensure the wellbeing of people as an integral part of their sustainability remit.
To register for the webinar please click here.