The workshop entitled ‘The Economic Value Add of Facility Management in Oman’ was sponsored by QBG Facilities Management Group, MEFMA’s founding member and a single of the Middle East’s major integrated FM service providers. The premier occasion, which was staged at the Sheraton Oman Hotel, also enabled participating market leaders and stakeholders to network with their like-minded peers and engage in useful knowledge and information sharing activities.
MEFMA vice president Ali al Suwaidi led the primary discussions showcasing the continuing of the move to adopt and implement international very best practices in FM across the Middle East area, such as Oman. The efforts are aimed towards driving in a reduction in power consumption and reinforce the efficiency and sustainability of buildings.
Mohammed Ahmed al Hosni, enterprise improvement, QBG, created a extensive presentation throughout the occasion correct, followed by a panel discussion and an open forum.
The distinguished members of the panel incorporated Sheikh Abdulaziz Ahmed al Hosni, vice chairman and group managing director, QBG Nadhira al Hinai, head of Health, Safety and Environment, Royal Opera House Muscat, Dr Hilal al Ismaili, upkeep director, Sultan Qaboos University, and Mohammed al Riyami, Corporate Real Estate Operations Excellence team leader, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO). The workshop delegates received a certificate of attendance at the finish of the session.
Suwaidi, also a concurrent member of MEFMA’s Board of Directors, mentioned, “The workshop was a major boost to our efforts to create sustainable FM strategies that will support the overall economic growth of the Middle East region. By closely looking at the industry’s economic contributions, we were able to map out a better action plan.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily