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Mike Kenny speaking at the Facilities Event – 9th April 2019

Mike Kenny, LCMB Senior Consultant will be speaking at The Facilities Event at the NEC in Birmingham. The Facilities Event 2019, is the meeting place for the FM and workplace industry. This year’s event will be focused on providing essential knowledge, information and inspiration for the betterment of the FM community. Join Mike on the 9th April …Read more

Top tips to create a killer facilities strategy

LCMB have developed the first in their new series of short, punchy top tips guides for our community. See below a clip of Rudi du Plessis, our Director of Operations, as he introduces you to our new guide.   As Rudi says, a clear strategy will minimise your costs, risks, and wasted resources. As with …Read more

How technology improves workspace performance for a global financial services firm

Our client is a top global financial services firm. Operating in a highly competitive environment, they were looking for further productivity improvements to gain a competitive advantage. We were tasked with ensuring their building makes the biggest contribution possible to their business objectives. ROI drivers It was important for us to fully understand their primary …Read more

LCMB joins Oxfordshire Greentech

LCMB are pleased to announce they have joined Oxfordshire Greentech. Oxfordshire Greentech is a business network supporting the growth of the low-carbon sector in Oxfordshire. They bring together businesses and organisations to encourage innovation, collaboration and knowledge transfer, to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable, low carbon future in Oxfordshire and the world. The low …Read more

Support John’s 21km swim along Lake Windermere for Macmillan Cancer

  John O’Brien, LCMB’s founder and MD is setting out to swim Lake Windermere, a distance of 21km in September of this year to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. One in three of us will suffer from cancer over our lifetime which means pretty much all of us will be impacted directly or indirectly. …Read more

Why do we do what we do?

  … because people are more important than buildings. We spend more than 90% of our lives indoors, but since we’re so used to it, we can miss or forget the impact good, and bad buildings, can have on our quality of life. We’ve all felt that certain lift when we go into a well-designed …Read more

High CO2 decreases cognitive capability

We all instinctively know that poor office conditions lead to dissatisfied, unproductive and unwell building occupants. However, until now the relationship between indoor environmental conditions and productivity has been largely studied in the laboratory. The research: Whole Life Performance Plus (WLP+) is a £530,000 three-year study, led by Oxford Brookes University and LCMB Building Performance, …Read more

WLP+ Project successfully completes

New UK research, lead by Oxford Brookes University and LCMB, shows high CO2 concentrations in offices are decreasing people’s cognitive capability. Office temperature and humidity levels are also key factors that undermine people’s productivity and wellbeing. We all instinctively know that poor office conditions lead to dissatisfied, unproductive and unwell building occupants. However, until now …Read more

British Council for Offices and Constructing Excellence event – productivity in offices

      Please join us on 29 Nov 2018 08:30 – 12:00pm in central London, to examine how the physical design and management of offices influences individual and organisational productivity. There is substantial evidence that both the design and the environmental quality of an office impacts on the productivity of its occupants. This event will report the findings of our WLP+ research …Read more

LCMB launches “Our ultimate guide to the productive workplace”

“How is human performance and productivity influenced by buildings?” Our team at LCMB is motivated to make buildings perform at their best. We think the ultimate measure of a well performing building is improved productivity and wellbeing of the building’s users – at an affordable cost. So together with Innovate UK and a consortium of industry partners, we spent the last …Read more

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