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Sustainable FM Index 2014 is announced

The second annual Sustainable FM Index developed by Acclaro Advisory will be launched on 27 November at Kinnarps London Showroom, providing an overview of key findings and recommendations for improvement.

A total of 27 organisations have been involved in this years Index, involving some of the largest FM providers including:

  • Bilfinger Europa Services
  • GSH
  • MITIE
  • Bouygues Energies and Services
  • Initial
  • Serco
  • Carillion
  • Interserve
  • Vinci Facilities
  • OCS
  • ISS-Facilities
  • Skanska UK
  • Cofely
  • Johnson Controls
  • Sodexo
  • G4S
  • Servest
  • Telereal Trillium

Sustainability embedded into FM services is now an expectation from in-house and external clients, with a range of drivers including legislation, cost pressures, corporate responsibility reporting and tender requirements all increasing the risks to both the FM and client organisation. Managed proactively, a sustainable FM service can reduce costs and provide long term value.

Whilst many Corporate Sustainability Indices exist, there is no transparent assessment available for the FM sector to offer clarity to those organisations succeeding in delivering Sustainable FM and showcasing the value they are providing.

Developed as a framework, the Index provides a robust and transparent assessment to compare FM providers within the UK market. The results are compiled annually, and can be applied to internal and outsourced organisations. The intent of the Index is to raise the performance and delivery of sustainability by showcasing achievement and highlighting excellence. It is also intended to stimulate a positive change within the sector, through both internal performance and external perception.

To register for a free ticket visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sustainable-fm-index-2014-launch-tickets-14017880859

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