Washington DC - Annual St. Patrick’s Day Business Leaders Luncheon
Integrated Facilities Solutions were honoured to attend this year’s Annual St Patrick’s Day Business Leaders Luncheon hosted by Enterprise Ireland, US Ambassador Daniel Mulhall and an Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, on March 11th 2020 in Washington DC. The event, an annual tradition is an opportunity for Irish companies to invite their US partners to a unique gathering celebrating both the historical links and future development of trade between Ireland and the United States
IFS and their US Partners, AHA, provides Building Information Management services to JE Dunn on their Mission Critical construction sites in the US., The effective coordination and turnover of critical building systems in a timely and structured manner ensures that the Building’s Operations teams have immediate access to approved asset and systems information at the project completion stage.
IFS are partnering up with GS1 Ireland
IFS are delighted to announce our partnership with GS1 Ireland.
GS1 Ireland is the local office of the international standards organisation that specialises in the development and implementation of open, global standards for item identification and tracking, enabling the sharing of data about objects, their history, location and maintenance needs.
The two partners are to work together to address the problems associated with the lack of visibility, traceability and certainty in building information management.
Facilities Management Awards 2020
IFS CEO and co-founder George Harold is taking part in this year’s Facilities Management Awards judging panel.
We are proud to support this great event celebrating excellence and innovation in the facilities management profession.
University of Strathclyde - Learning and Teaching Hub project progress
Great to see the progress on the University of Strathclyde’s Learning and Teaching Hub! We are proud to be part of the project team, managing all the Digital Construction Handover Information for this amazing project.
See updates on the University of Strathclyde website