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Nigerian FM Roundtable 2016

July 13, 2016 - Eko Hotel & Suites, V/I, Lagos

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The Nigeria FM Roundtable 2016 Empowering people for a productive world.

As Nigeria positions to stimulate its economic potentials through infrastructure and real estate activities, corporations and businesses around the country also continue to seek ways of saving cost, improving people’s productivity, and increasing bottom line. The Nigerian FM Roundtable 2016 therefore presents a platform for all stakeholders in business and government to discuss ways of optimizing existing infrastructure, sustainable strategies for new ones, and the role of FM in Nigeria's journey to economic prosperity.

These issues and more are entrenched in the theme of the roundtable: Empowering People for a Productive World, as released by the Global FM body. This year's roundtable therefore seeks to highlight the place of FM in empowering the Nigerian people for the level of productivity required for the nation to achieve its economic goals. It seeks to look at the concept of empowering people for productivity from two perspectives: those who provide FM services, and those who benefit or consume FM services. These perspectives of people will drive conversations at the different breakout sessions planned into the roundtable. The breakout sessions shall focus on how FM can empower people in the Infrastructure and Construction, Residential and Retail Real Estate, and Corporate Real Estate markets to improve Nigeria's productivity.

ROUNDTABLE SCHEDULE This Roundtable will feature one Keynote Address, One Technical Paper, and three breakout roundtables focused on the following areas:

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Corporate Real Estate

The roundtable seeks to focus on the roles of FM in delivering value to strategic business metrics such as: people productivity, environmental responsibility and business profitability. Given the impressive rise in FM outsourcing in the corporate real estate sector in recent time, participants at this session will be top executives drawn from industries like: telecommunications, financial services, oil & gas, technology, etc.

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Private & Commercial Real Estate

This breakout session will feature real estate investors, landlords, developers, finance experts, facilities managers and other stakeholders; as they seek to bring to the fore issues affecting the retail, residential, and office spaces sub-sector of the FM market. The goal of this breakout session is to come up with plausible ways of meeting the individual value needs of different stakeholders in the identified FM sub-sectors.

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Public Sector Services

Although critical infrastructure figures released in Nigeria’s 2016 budget may seem inadequate – considering World Bank’s required N6.5 Trillion and McKinsey’s $31 billion housing and infrastructure investment over the next decade – nonetheless, FM professionals must demonstrate capacity, skill and ability to ensure that these investments deliver value. The breakout session will convene policy makers from transportation, health, housing, etc; as they consider strategies that can help empower Nigerian people for national productivity.

Past Speakers Some of the speakers that have graced past editions of the FM Roundtable include…

Dr Oluranti Adebule

Deputy Governor Lagos State

Dr (Mrs) Oluranti Adebule is the current Deputy Governor of Lagos State. She holds a B.ED in Islamic Studies and M.ED IN Curriculum Studies from the Lagos State University. Prior

Engr Femi Akintunde

MD, AlphaMead Facilities & Mgt Services Ltd

Engr. Femi Akintunde is the MD/CEO of Alpha Mead Facilities and Mgt. Services Ltd, a company that was established in 2006 and within the first five years in operation

Keith McClanahan

Co-Principal, FM Benchmarking

Keith McClanahan has 40 years of facility experience in construction, design, management, maintenance and operations. Prior to forming Facility Issues, he spent 18 years working for a major utility

Mrs Iyabo Aboaba

President, IFMA Nigeria

Ms. Iyabo Aboaba’s professional career spanned over 40 years. She was, for 17 years the Admin and Human Resources Manager for Roxburg and Partners, a firm of Quantity Surveyors

Dr Obafemi K Hamzat

Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Lagos State

Dr. Kadri Obafemi Hamzat is a product of the University of Ibadan where he graduated with B.Sc. Honours, Second Class Upper Division in Agricultural Engineering (1986) and M.Sc. in

Mrs Erejuwa Gbadebo

MD, Cluttons, Nigeria

Erejuwa Gbadebo is a graduate from the University of Jos where she obtained a BSc and an MSc in Architecture, as well as a graduate from Henley Management College

Prof Timothy Nubi

Snr Lecturer, Dept of Est Mgt, University of Lagos

Prof. Timothy Nubi,  is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Estate Management, Faculty of Environmental Science,University of Lagos.  His educational background includes an HND Degree in Urban and

Shina Oliyide

Facilities Management Expert

Shina Oliyide is a trained Quantity Surveyor, a holder of two Masters Degrees in Information Technology and Project Management from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho and University

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Alpha Mead Facilities is Nigeria’s first Facilities Management Company certified to international standard (ISO 9001:2008) by global accrediting bodies in the U.K and U.S respectively. We are a business support service organization with a track record of delivering up to 95% of Service Level Agreement (SLA), 77% customer satisfaction and 95% availability of critical equipment across our areas of operations in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Cameroon and other African countries.

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Industry Analysis

In the face of the global economic realities, the Facilities Management industry is showing an impressive level of resilience and growing recognition as a contributor to process efficiency, building occupants’ productivity and business profitability.

At a macro level, the sector is also beginning to show traction in the areas of economic performance. In the UK for instance, it is reported to be valued at approximately £111billion, and employed almost 10% of UK’s working population in 2015.

Although the figures to track the exact performance of the FM market in Nigeria might not be readily available, it is safe to conclude that increased activities in the FM sector account significantly for the rapid growth in real estate contribution to Nigeria’s GDP – which grew from a paltry estimated three per cent in 2012/13 to between seven to eight per cent, accordingly the country’s Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

In Nigeria’s $510 billion economy for instance, the real estate market is estimated by World Bank at N6.5 Trillion, and its infrastructure market according to a study by McKinsey, requires an annual $31 billion for the next decade. These figures, when pitched against the current status of the FM market would mean that Nigeria appears a country still largely under-managed, in terms of FM.

Given that FM is responsible for up to 90% of the life cycle of Real Estate and Infrastructure assets; the value stated earlier further corroborates the assertion that FM could be one of Nigeria’s economic stimulators.

Background |Empowering People for a Productive World

As Nigeria positions to stimulate its economic potentials through infrastructure and real estate activities, corporations and businesses around the country also continue to seek ways of saving cost, improving people’s productivity, and increasing bottom line. The Nigerian FM Roundtable 2016 therefore presents a platform for all stakeholders in business and government to discuss ways of optimizing existing infrastructure, sustainable strategies for new ones, and the role of FM in Nigeria’s journey to economic prosperity.

These issues and more are entrenched in the theme of the roundtable: Empowering People for a Productive World, as released by the Global FM body. This year’s roundtable therefore seeks to highlight the place of FM in empowering the Nigerian people for the level of productivity required for the nation to achieve its economic goals. It seeks to look at the concept of empowering people for productivity from two perspectives: those who provide FM services, and those who benefit or consume FM services. These perspectives of people will drive conversations at the different breakout sessions planned into the roundtable. The breakout sessions shall focus on how FM can empower people in the Infrastructure and Construction, Residential Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate, and Corporate Nigeria Real Estate markets to improve the country’s productivity.

The Annual Nigeria FM Roundtable Since 2012

The Nigeria Facilities Management Round table debuted in Nigeria in 2012. The event, which is organized in commemoration of the annual World Facility Management Day, is a thought- leadership initiative being championed by Nigeria’s leading Facilities Management Company, Alpha Mead Facilities & Management Services Limited (AMFacilities). The event is conceived as a platform for key stakeholders in the Nigerian FM sector to share ideas, strategize and deliberate on issues affecting the industry and practice in the country.

AMFacilities is spearheading the charge towards ensuring that the Facilities Management takes its rightful place as a critical contributor to the nation’s economy, by regularly assembling key stakeholders, experts and the media to discuss issues in the industry, set new agenda for practitioners, and increase the level of awareness of the practice.

Having completed four editions, the FM round table is now arguably the biggest and most- attended FM event in Nigeria; as it has proven over the years to be one platform that has strategically increased awareness and level of education about Facilities Management practice and policy formulation for the industry.

In 2012, the first edition of the FM Roundtable was organized with the theme “Advancing Global Best Practices in the Real Estate and Facilities Management Industry in Nigeria”. The 2013 edition had the theme: “Creating an Enabling Environment for Sustainable Maintenance of Real Estate Assets and Public Infrastructure in Nigeria”. In 2014, stakeholders discussed “Towards Optimal Performance of Critical Infrastructure and Real Estate Asset in Nigeria”. And 2015, major players from five key sectors discussed: “Building Resilience for the Future”.

World FM Day

The World FM Day was introduced in 2008 by Global FM, a worldwide federation of member-centric organizations committed to providing leadership in the facility management profession. The body aims to ensure quality assurance in FM as well as to promote the strategic values and progress of the Facilities Management profession by leveraging the Global FM member associations’ strengths, knowledge and experience.

The World FM Day is organized in collaboration with the International Facility Management Association (IFMA). Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world's largest and most widely-recognized international association for Facility Management professionals, supporting over 24,000 members in more than 105 countries.

Who Should Attend

Facilities Management Companies, Facilities Managers/Consultants, Oil/Gas Operators, Telecommunication Companies/Staff, Properties lawyers and general legal practitioners, CEO's/Managing Directors of companies who employ the services of facilities managers, Federal, State and Local Government ministries across the 36 states and the FCT, Federal and State Ministries of Land and Survey, Surveyors, Architects, Urban Planners, Engineers and Building Contractors.

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Event Venue

EKO HOTEL & SUITES PMB 12724, Victoria Island, Adetokunbo Ademola St, Lagos, Nigeria +234 1 277 2700 info@ekohotels.com Eko Hotels & Suites is the most preferred hotel in West Africa and it’s all about the right mix! Located in the heart of Victoria Island and shielded from the hustle and bustle of the Lagos metropolis, we offer our corporate clients and walk in guests a perfect blend of relaxation, activities, and African tradition delicately infused to meet the highest international standards.

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