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CIOB Facilities Management Promotes Partnership

The Chartered Institute of Building’s Facilities Management Group in conjunction with Partnership Sourcing Limited (PSL), is launching a seminar about the new British Standard (BS11000) Collaborative Business Relationship Management

The seminar will be of interest to facilities, estate, property, finance and procurement professionals who have responsibility for facilities management services from a client and service provider perspective.

BS11000 represents a landmark for business as the first national standard to address business collaboration. PSL has been a driving force in promoting collaboration between organisations and has played a key part in developing the new standard.

Steve Harrup FCIOB Chair of the CIOB Facilities Management Group said, “Partnerships are a key element to the successful delivery of facilities management services. The new British Standard (BS11000) Collaborative Business Relationships represents a landmark for business as the ?rst national standard in the world to address business collaboration.

“Our seminar will give an insight into the standard and its implementation by the leading practitioners in the field, which should give service providers, consultants and clients the ability to measure their current performance and provide a clear framework and opportunities for the future”

The seminar will be held on 29th May 2012 at the CIOB Headquarters in Ascot, Berkshire and will demonstrate the attributes of BS11000 and its implementation via case studies. The seminar costs £75 per delegate and will include lunch and networking opportunities.

For further information please go to:-http://www.ciob.org.uk/events/partnerships-facilities-management-setting-new-standards or contact Adam Hollis on Tel +44 (0) 1344 630734 Email: ahollis@ciob.org.uk
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NOTES TO EDITORS
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) represents for the public benefit the most diverse set of professionals in the construction industry.

Our Mission
To contribute to the creation of a modern, progressive, and responsible construction industry; able to meet the economic, environmental and social challenges faced in the 21st century.


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· Creating extraordinary people through professional learning and continuous personal development.
· Promoting the built environment as central to the quality of life for everyone everywhere.
· Achieving a sustainable future, worldwide.
· Advocating exemplary ethical practice and behaviour, integrity and transparency.
· Pursuing excellence in management practice, and technological innovation rooted in evidence based science.
· Being socially responsible and working responsibly.
· Enabling our members to find an emotional resonance with the Institute; their success is our success.

We have over 47,000 members around the world and are considered to be the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process.

Chartered Member status is recognised internationally as the mark of a true, skilled professional in the construction industry and CIOB members have a common commitment to achieving and maintaining the highest possible standards within the built environment.

Further information is available by contacting Saul Townsend CIOB Press and Communications Manager on t: 01344 630 766 or e: stownsend@ciob.org.uk.

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Saul Townsend MCIPR
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The Chartered Institute of Building
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