9 October 2017 | FM World team
In the Innovation category, monitoring and data collection were key factors that contributed to the success of the winning entrants in this year's BIFM awards.
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A series of innovations that enabled AstraZeneca to transform its Macclesfield operations site to cater for increased occupancy helped the company scoop this year's award.
Touch-screen digital signage, videoconferencing, motion sensors to track usage, and real-time booking were used to create a technologically advanced and agile workplace.
The company is keen to roll out the solutions across the global estate.
Highly commended: Intu in partnership with Invida - Lifecycle: out of the shadows
Rapid Washrooms' use of real-time data to monitor use of toilets and soap dispensers and more effectively schedule maintenance, has won them the award in this category.
In a project at Heathrow Terminal 2, moving from reactive to predictive maintenance, freeing up staff time and installing a central reservoir of cleaning chemicals helped reduce overall washroom complaints significantly.