CIBSE has published its latest Guide to Building Performance, which it says reflects the increasing demand from building users for safe, healthy and efficient buildings that meet the needs of those who occupy them.
The body says this demand to demonstrate better building performance includes health and wellbeing as well as carbon, energy and waste reduction.
The Guide is also designed to be a source of information for companies and those responsible for the operation and maintenance of buildings to guide them through the complexities of complying with relevant regulation and legislation, including ESOS.
It will also help to source the products and services that enable clients to operate their buildings efficiently and effectively, meet the corporate social responsibility requirements and health and wellbeing standards demanded today by their stakeholders, staff and customers, and to comply with mandatory reporting requirements.
The editorial content is therefore aimed at client managers who are responsible for the operation and maintenance of buildings, including operations, facilities, maintenance and premises managers and also those responsible for investment in the sustainability of buildings.
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