The dynamics and function of building maintenance is ever-evolving, much like most industries in operations that are being subjected to vast and fast-changing variations of technology. So, what does this mean for the 21st century building manager?

It is no walk in the park to operate a building and building managers today are faced with increasing pressure to adapt to ever-evolving regulatory requirements. It can be daunting and arguably so. Once a stand-alone job is now a role that calls for much more accountability as society gradually shifts towards urbanisation along with an increasing emphasis on environmental responsibilities.

Building management is a complex task and it comes with no surprise that its operations contribute largely to energy and sustainability challenges. To put it into perspective, buildings alone account for a whooping one-third of final energy consumption in the world.
Malaysia one of South East Asia’s most progressive economies and has seen rapid growth in the industrial sector over the last several decades. Nevertheless, the subject of facilities management is still in an infancy stage. With more and more buildings being integrated with state-of-the-art technologies and sophisticated systems today, there is an entailment for good maintenance services and better-trained maintenance organisations from a variety of disciplines to tackle current maintenance issues and have a more wholesome understanding of these new implementations.

By leveraging on intelligent solutions, facility managers can help organisations reach higher levels of operational efficiency, cost savings, occupant comfort whilst achieving maximum productivity using maintenance best practices. The acceleration of modern solutions also enables facilities to meet environmental responsibilities, namely the Green Building Index (GBI), which is increasingly gaining traction in our country.

With this conference, participants are offered the opportunity delve into the areas of sustainability to optimise building performance, best practices as well as new standards for utilising sustainability management in the field of building maintenance. Furthermore, it serves as a platform for industry experts and professionals alike to examine subjects surrounding recent innovations, trends, concerns, practical challenges that are encountered daily at the workplace as well as effective solutions that can be employed in the spheres of building maintenance.




• Bringing together industry experts and technology frontrunners to share impeccable insights about maintenance and FM trends in Malaysia
• An opportunity to learn how digitalization is driving future buildings and helping organisations achieve long-term sustainability
• Gather practical and effective solutions you can incorporate to maximise value and performance in your facility
• Discuss various aspects of building maintenance with a focus on Best Practices
• Providing you with the perfect opportunity to discuss topics and network with professionals of the industry



• Keeping abreast with the updated regulations, policies and guidelines in the realm of building maintenance
• Bridging the gaps of communication and functionality in the world of maintenance
• Moving towards a more sustainable infrastructure with cost-effective strategies
• Understanding the fundamentals of strategic energy management
• Evaluating the role of a building manager in the project design phase
• Major game-changers and future trends in the maintenance industry
• How to incorporate technology to bring about change in the workplace
• Green building resources, facts, incentives and technologies
• Breaking down fire, health safety issues in buildings
• Identifying the role of the modern-day maintenance manager
• Learning how to communicate “maintenance needs” effectively across upper management
• A closer look at HVAC, leak detection and other maintenance procedures


This conference is specifically tailor made for top-level decision makers such as CEOs, COOs, HODs, VPs, Directors, GMs and Senior Managers including Local Government Agencies and Authorities of the following departments:
Related Industries such as:
• Facilities
• Assets
• Maintenance
• Operations
• Engineering
• Properties management
• Consultants
• Civil

• Commercial building industries
        - Office buildings
        - Shopping malls
        - Hotels
        - Hospitals
        - Educational institutions

• Industrial building industries
        - Factories cum offices
        - Power plants

As well as various related building types