Auckland 2015

14-15 Oct, Wed–Thu 9pm–4am, ASB Showgrounds

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Martin Leitch

Martin Leitch

Martin Leitch is a prominent Workplace Management (FM) professional with in excess of 30 years experience in delivering a wide range of consultancy and education services. He is Principal Consultant with strategic workplace consultancy, FM Scope.

Having built a number of successful businesses and worked on a wide range of major projects, Martin has developed the rare ability to think and act strategically whilst focusing on the detail of constituent systems and processes.

Martin has delivered a range of strategic FM consultancy services to public and private sector organisations in the UK and Australia and has applied this experience to develop the learning materials
for Australia’s first facilities management diploma program.

Key areas of expertise fall into:
• strategy development
• service delivery and outsourcing
• contract life cycle

He is also a nationally accredited civil and commercial mediator, offering his services in the areas of FM service delivery disputes
and business conflict.

Martin is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), sits on the RICS Oceania Property Board and is a Fellow
of the British Institute of Facilities Management.

See Martin Leitch live in Auckland 2015

Wednesday 14 October
Panel Discussion: FM and integration in the design process
1pm-2pm Seminar Series

Of the all the phases of a building’s life cycle, the operational phase carries the highest financial cost to the building owner and/or occupier. Yet there are many examples of decisions made during the design and construction phases that result in costly operational and maintenance challenges.

With the objective of identifying ways in which the management and operation of buildings can better influence these early phases, this session presents the audience with the opportunity to hear what key stakeholders have to say, to direct questions to the panel members and to share their experiences of good and not so good building design.