Revealed... solutions to the Biggest Challenges facing Facilities Management in 2021

How can the FM Industry embrace technology to solve the big problems, fast?

With so many disparate systems and data silos, building managers increasingly find daily workflows to be inefficient, confusing, difficult to manage and disorganised with lots of task switching that can lead to ineffective working. 

"Bridging the gap between operations, technology providers and IT Departments"

A new set of roles and responsibilities will emerge that present opportunity for forward thinking facilities managers...

Why invest in Smart Building Tech?

Increase efficiency

  • Automate manual tasks
  • Focus on important issues
  • Increase team productivity

Reduce Costs

  • Optimise your buildings
  • Reduce energy consumption
  • Monitor your sites remotely

Improve Health & Wellbeing

  • Increase productivity
  • Reduce sick leave
  • Improve satisfaction

Drive Sustainability

  • Optimise your performance
  • Reduce energy consumption
  • Reduce your carbon footprint

Optimise Maintenance

  • Preventative maintenance
  • Increase equipment lifespan
  • Reduce manual checks

Strengthen Compliance

  • Provide safe & clean spaces
  • Automate compliance reporting
  • 24/7 monitoring vs spot checks

The future of the built environment is smarter and more connected

The Facilities Management Industry is experiencing radical disruption from several different forces.

As the design and construction of new buildings is increasingly embracing technology, from the initial brief, through the build phase, to the final handover. Existing building stock owners are being forced to update and renew, from environmental concerns, to tenant demands, to financial pressures.  


Facilities managers are being tasked to deliver results, often way outside their previous areas of expertise, and the biggest change to the role of the FM, is that from being seen as a respected 'fixer of operational problems' to being an invaluable 'enabler of flexible, sustainable workplaces' that can enhance the productivity of the business.


Q: Will technology empower your role as an FM, or make you redundant?

Get instant access to the 'Smart Connected Buildings Community' now!

The SCB Community is where we come together to share our expertise, knowledge & opinions about the built environment, how to get it future-ready & how to support FM's in their key role of delivering a better workplace.

'Smart Connected Buildings Ltd'

Developed over a 2o+ year career in the cross-section between property & technology, SCB offers 3 primary areas of service & support to the FM Industry:

  1. 1
    The Community - connecting you with the change-makers, leaders, and visionaries from across the globe, to offer insights and collaboration opportunities on solving the pressing needs within our industry.
  2. 2
    Open workshops - to explore new technologies, review recent case studies, to understand how the experiences of others can be used to solve your unique combination of challenges.
  3. 3
    Advisory & Consultancy services - whatever your needs, from an informal conversation to consider your options; through detailed research & survey; to expert delivery & installation, we can provide the specialists you can rely on.

Paul G Bingham  //  Founder

“A Smart Connected Building Is Not Something You Buy.  It’s A Journey You Go On!”


Widely known as one of the most ‘connected’ people within the property and technology sector, Paul has been driving the business case for more sustainable, efficient and cost-effective buildings throughout his 23 year career.  


He now focuses his time & energy consulting, connecting & collaborating with the key players across the global property & technology value chains to deliver future-ready buildings. 

Paul Bingham

Let us get you connected!

High performance coverage solution to support increased data demand at Wembley Stadium

"I worked closely with Paul and his technical team during the Wembley project. Paul managed the tender process diligently and in a structured manner."

KIN WAN  //  PRINCIPLE DESIGNER – CELLULAR MOBILE RAN, EE

On a mission to get cellular coverage indoors!

"I have worked with Paul delivering In-Building mobile coverage solutions for a few years now and have found him to be extremely professional and committed to delivering tailored solutions to a demanding client brief."

JULIAN DORNEAU  //  IN-BUILDING & SMALL CELLS DEPLOYMENT MANAGER, THREE UK

Join us on a 1 hour Technology Workshop, to see how other FM's are using Tech to make their jobs easier.

'Lunch & Learn' with us on our regular Weekly Wednesday Workshop - 13:00 on Zoom  - expert guests, technology demos, live Q&As - bring your pressing challenges to the meeting.

Take back control...

New sensor technology is helping FM's to win the war on cost control...

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