Big Picture Thinking – Acacia at the SCSI Conference

by | Jun 25, 2017 | Consultancy

Acacia were pleased to contribute to the recent Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCSI) Property Management, Facilities Management conference.

The theme of the conference, which took place in Croke Park on 30th May, was Big Picture Thinking.   How PMFM can create value in expansion while addressing changes in Demand, Regulation & Risk.

Acacia Managing Director, David O’ Brien, chaired the afternoon session which focused on;

  • How New Standards will Impact Facility Managers, presented by Stan Mitchell, Chair of ISO TC267
  • New Mission, New Building presented by Paul Molumby, Central Bank Ireland

David highlighted the important role that standards will play in professionalising the Facilities Management industry.  David is Ireland’s (NSAI) representative on TC267 /  WG3.

Technical Committee (TC) 267 is developing the ISO 41001 Facilities Management standard which will be published in March 2018.

To learn more about ISO 41001 and how Acacia can support your business contact us here.

Acacia Team
Acacia Team

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