Why Building Owners Should Review The Business Case For Facility Optimization
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Table of contentsWhy Building Owners Should Review The Business Case For Facility Optimization
Real Estate OPEX Cost Reduction Opportunities Are Concentrated Across A Few Categories
Legacy Facility Management Strategies Limit Potential Cost Savings
Facilities Optimization Opens Up Untapped Savings For Building Owners
Facility Optimization Management (FOM) Strategies Need Technology Applications To Bring The Required Data And Control Capabilities
Table of figuresFigure 1. Five Categories Comprise Over Three-Quarters Of Real Estate OPEX Budgets
Figure 2. More Progressive Saving Strategies Result In Higher Potential Savings
Organisations mentionedAccruent, Ameresco, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Archibus, AT&T, Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), CBRE, Collectiveview, Computerized Facility Integration (CFI), CoreNet Global, DEXMA Technologies, Dude Solutions, eMaint Enterprises, EnerNOC, Envizi, Fitbit, FM:Systems, IBM, The Institute for Building Efficiency, iOffice, JLL, Johnson Controls, MCS Solutions, Panoramic Power, Patagonia, Planon, Real Asset Management, Qube Global, SAP, Schneider Electric, Serraview, Service Works Group (SWG), Siemens, Trimble, Verisae
About the author
Derrek is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings Practice. He conducts Verdantix research on energy management and the optimization of building systems covering technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda is focused on establishing facility optimization software as a distinct category of technology investment. Derrek has ten years of experience as a licensed architect. He joined Verdantix in 2014 and previously worked at global architecture and engineering firm HOK. Derrek holds a Masters in Architecture from Parsons and a Masters in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.