Tune in to FM at the Bank of England

Tune in to FM at the Bank of England

Tune in to FM at the Bank of England
Friday 24th February 2006
10:00am-14:00pm

"Business beneficial systems integration", and the Concept™ User Group

To continue the success of the Tune in to FM 2004 and 2005 seminar series, FSI (FM Solutions) Ltd would like to invite you to the next seminar in the series:

Tune in to FM at the Bank of England on Friday 24th February 2006 will continue where the 2005 seminars at the Ministry of Defence, Anglia Polytechnic University, Airbus and the Natural History Museum ended - to explore the science and processes that makes Facilities Management increasingly a bottom line benefit to end users.  The seminar will also provide the official launch of the Concept™ User Group.

Now in its third year, the free seminar series, created by FSI, brings together keynote speakers, to discuss the latest developments within the industry, to delegates from a range of user sectors, and encourages dialogue and best practice.

Previous seminars have been held at the London Stock Exchange, Sheffield Hallam University, Landflex, the Ministry of Defence, Anglia Polytechnic University, Airbus and the Natural History Museum.  Attendance figures were far greater than we had hoped for a new seminar series available in the FM marketplace.  The 2006 seminars will continue this success.

The speaker line-up for the seminar on Friday 24th February 2006, at the Bank of England, to discuss business beneficial systems integration is as follows:

  • Peter Higgs, Head of Property Services & Security at the Bank of England - Facilities Management at the Bank of England, and the use of Concept™ at site.
  • Bernard Williams, Managing Director at Frisque Co. Ltd. - Facilities Cost Monitor: an innovative and highly adaptable tool to assist in the value management process.
  • Chris Scriven, Managing Director at Efficiency Direct - Technical integration within Facilities Management: an energy viewpoint.
  • Anna King & Grant Gibson - Facilities Management & the Media: what's happening now and what happens next.

You will also have the opportunity to address the speakers regarding their related fields of expertise in the closing Q&A session, as well as the lunch/networking session.

Book now to avoid disappointment!


Sally Wotton
Seminar Co-ordinator
Tune in to FM seminar series
Supported by FSI (FM Solutions) Ltd