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John joins OxLEP environment and sustainability sub-group

John O’Brien, Founder and MD of LCMB Building Performance Ltd. has joined Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s (OxLEP), environment and sustainability sub-group. The environment and sustainability sub-group is charged with developing a strategic and coordinated approach to sustainable development activities aligned to Oxfordshire’s economic growth ambitions, as articulated in the Strategic Economic Plan and the Oxfordshire …Read more

LCMB are recruiting for a Project Management Consultant

LCMB have a vacancy for a Project Management Consultant. We are looking to recruit a dynamic and innovative person to join our team as a Project Management Consultant. We offer a competitive package, excellent benefits and the chance to make a real difference in the workplace. The role will be based in our Bloxham office …Read more

Race to the Stones, in memory of John O’Brien

In July this year, John O’Brien, LCMB Founder and MD will run 100 km in one day, from Oxford to Swindon, in the Race to the Stones, to raise money for Ataxia UK. Earlier this year his father, also John O’Brien, died after a long illness due to a neurological disorder, or ataxia. He got …Read more

Constructing Excellence Integrated data systems meeting

On Monday 26th February, Constructing Excellence asset management group held their latest theme group meeting on Integrated data systems. Building on the last meeting’s topic of ‘Big data’, the session focus was on how data is now being used in the industry to improve construction and operation of buildings. The event was hosted by Westfield and …Read more

LCMB gains ISO 9001 2015 Quality Management System Accreditation

LCMB are pleased to announce that we have reached the standard required to be awarded the latest quality management system accreditation. The ISO 9001 2015 standard presents some significant changes in approach compared to the prior 2008 version. However, the exercise of demonstrating these new requirements was a relatively smooth exercise, as many working practices …Read more

What are our sectors top 5 concerns for 2018?

  To kick off the new year, we surveyed our clients, colleagues and industry leaders about the burning issues keeping them awake at night. Read our January Building Performance Insights to see their top five concerns.

LCMB’s ultimate guide to improving business performance through estates management

Businesses are striving harder than ever to hold on to a sustainable competitive advantage,  and attract customers and staff – often while reducing cost. For most UK businesses, buildings are the second biggest expense after staff and present a huge cost saving potential, as confirmed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Any savings from reduced building running costs will …Read more

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

  On behalf of myself and all the team at LCMB, we would like to wish all our Clients and Partners a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Our final Building Performance Insights for 2017 is available to read here and we look forward to working with you all in 2018.       …Read more

Improving Productivity in Offices – LCMB’s Building Performance Insights

LCMB's October edition of Building Performance Insights is now available

Improving Productivity in Offices – LCMB’s latest edition of Building Performance Insights is now available, our monthly round up to help make your buildings work harder for your organisation and people. Read about how LCMB have launched a Building Performance Evaluation benchmarking toolkit to improve workplace productivity and performance based on project research and will launch …Read more

The Productive Office

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We will be hosting a productivity seminar “The Productive Office” with British Council for Offices (BCO) in London on the 29th November 2017. The seminar will present the latest updates from our innovation project WLP+, and the BCO will be launching their latest research “Defining and measuring productivity in offices” which examines how the physical design …Read more

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