Sunday September 20, 2020

Facilities Management: Industry now coming of age

Facilities management has come of age in Ireland in recent years, with services, standards and the overall level of professionalism much improved.

13th July, 2013
Vincent Hickey, current chairman of the IPFMA and operations director of Aramark.

Facilities management has come of age in Ireland in recent years, with services, standards and the overall level of professionalism much improved.

While it is a relatively new concept to the Irish market, its track record for achieving cost efficiencies in more established markets has seen it grow very quickly here, particularly during these recessionary times. Businesses can engage outsourced specialist firms to provide them with a professional, flexible resource, and they can also transfer...

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