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How to Champion Sustainability, Reduce Costs and Consumption, and Win Friends in High Places...Without Increasing Your Spend

The primary reasons for outsourcing real estate and facilities management are to reduce costs and access special skills and technology.

During the past three years, integrated facilities management outsourcers have rapidly gained experience with sustainability initiatives, adding hundreds of accredited professionals in the process. Their experience qualifying buildings for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), Green Star and similar certification programs is hard to match.

Smart organizations can tap this brain trust and negotiate sustainability into outsourcing agreements at little to no additional cost.

Read this paper to learn how to:

  • Make sustainability part of your outsourcing strategy
  • Help ensure sustainability is an ongoing component of outsourced operations
  • Integrate sustainability into real estate and facilities management to create a holistic approach that demonstrates your organization’s commitment to the environment

Read How to Champion Sustainability, Reduce Costs and Consumption, and Win Friends in High Places...Without Increasing Your Spend

Additional Insight:

Read KPMG 2013 Global Real Estate and Facilities Management Outsourcing Pulse Survey Results

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Contact KPMG

Douglas S. Burr
Director
Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory
dburr@kpmg.com

 

Ron Walker
Principal
Shared Services and Outsourcing Advisory
rwalker@kpmg.com