WLP+ Whole Life Performance Plus Launched by LCMB

LCMB launched their happier, healthier, more productive workplaces project Whole Life Performance Plus (WLP+) at last week’s FMP event at the Celtic Manor.

WLP+ is a new project with backing from the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which aims to identify the best indoor conditions for enhancing people productivity and to deliver those indoor conditions at lowest energy consumption.

LCMB will lead the project team which consist of Argent, EMCOR UK and King’s College London who will test the WLP+ solutions in their office buildings, British Council for Offices and Constructing Excellence who will disseminate the WLP+ project findings and The Low Carbon Building Group of Oxford Brookes University who are the academic lead.

At the event Tom Cudmore, LCMB Senior consultant launched “Improving Productivity” a white paper which summarises current research in this area and John O’Brien presented LCMB’s toolkit for improving performance in building and estates.

“Improving building performance, staff productivity, reducing operational costs and energy use has the ability to make organisations more financially and john o'brien lcmb environmentally sustainable. We are really excited about the competitive difference our WLP+ project and performance toolkit can make for our clients.”   John O’Brien, Founder and MD, LCMB.


If you would like to know how building performance consultancy LCMB, can help your organisation become more successful then contact John O’Brien on 01295 722 823 or [email protected].

To download a copy of the LCMB insight “Improving Productivity” or John’s presentation “How to deliver improved building performance and productivity?” please visit the downloads section on our website.

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