Time: December 2, 2009 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: Hodge, Jones, and Allen Solicitors
Street: 180 North Gower Street
City/Town: London, NW1 2NB
Event Type: aec, network, meeting, sustainability, kings, cross, facilities, management
Organized By: John Cave
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2009
Our quarterly London meeting of the AEC Network
We have two presenters:
Gordon Ludlow - Sustainability from an FM Perspective
Gordon Ludlow is the owner of Ludlow FM Consulting, a non-exec Director of British Institute of Facilities Management and Chair of BIFM’s Sustainability Group. He has the benefit of over 20 years’ senior management experience within industry, higher education and the charity sectors. His experience includes being a sea-going Chief Engineer for P&O, Estates Director for a college of London University and Head of Facilities Management for Oxfam.
and the key points I will be covering will be:
• What sustainability means to Facilities Managers
• What are the trends in Facilities Management
• What tools are available.
David Shaprio - Kings Cross Developments
David Shapiro has been at Fresson & Tee Chartered Surveyors, a multi disciplinary practice of chartered surveyors and property consultants since 1997 as a partner and now director. Fresson & Tee Chartered Surveyors’ three main areas of expertise include commercial property, building and construction services and property management with clients including property companies, pension funds, commercial organisations, charities, governmental organisations and many private individuals. David runs the commercial property department which specialises in commercial estate agency, rent reviews and lease renewals, valuations and property consultancy advice.
David tends to be geographically focused towards King's Cross in central London where he has specialised in the local market since 2001 however doesn’t work exclusively in this area and is currently involved in several projects in other parts of central London.
David was also a founding member and chairman of King's Cross Business Forum. Subsequently, he has extensive links with the local but growing business community along with some of the key organisations currently involved with its regeneration.
We are fortunate to have two sponsors for this event so there will be no charge. The sponsors are
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