Friday, 21 September 2012

AMA tweets haikus

On 21st September, we held our annual away day. We've also launched our new twitter account: @AMAtweetshaikus. Follow us to learn some concise advice on space use, design and change in the built environment.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Learning about our unique approach to sustainable space

On 18th September, AMA led a 'Sustainable Southwark Walkabout' during Green Sky Thinking Week 2012.  This exciting initiative run by Open City explored aspects of sustainable development. A group comprised of sustainability experts, facilities managers, engineers, architects, designers and students visited two of our projects – an office building and a library – to learn how we use space utilisation analysis and targets to reduce property footprints and provide creative ways to reuse buildings better.

One visitor said: 'What was notable to the success of the sustainability was...engaging with the people who use the buildings...and what a difference the use of light and textures can make to how you feel within the building.'

For more information click here.

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Friday, 7 September 2012

Alexi Marmot at IFMA Workplace Summit 2012

On 6th September Alexi Marmot spoke on 'WhenWork, WhereWork: The time and place of work' at the IFMA Foundation's Workplace Strategy Summit: Research in Action. Held at Cornell University, the conference will unite FM professionals with the leading thinkers on workplace strategy to explore workplace effectiveness; the nature of collaborative work; and the organizational, lifestyle and infrastructure changes that will impact the workplace of the future. The summit will set the framework for critical thinking and research on work and workplaces in the 21st century. For more information click here.

Hear Alexi's reflections on Workplace research in this short video by clicking here.