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BMAM Expo Asia 2010 sponsor celebrates its 20th anniversary

Published on 27 April, 2010

Gear up for the 3rd BMAM Expo Asia
BMAM sponsor, Jones Lang LaSalle is the largest international property services firm in Thailand
Jones Lang LaSalle, the main conference sponsor for Building Maintenance and Asset Management Expo Asia 2010 (BMAM Expo Asia 2010) is celebrating its 20th Anniversary in Thailand this year.

With a property portfolio of more than 3.5 million square metres under its management across more than 40 sites, Jones Lang LaSalle is the largest international property services firm in Thailand offering a wide range of property management services for commercial, industrial and retail properties. The company also offers estate management services focusing mainly on luxury resort condominiums and villa developments in holiday home destinations.

Property investors today face considerable challenges to ensure the success of their real estate assets. Tenants are demanding better building services while stakeholders seek environmental sustainability. There is also an increased demand for greater transparency, risk management, and compliance. Alongside all these is the constant pressure to reduce costs and enhance efficiencies. Ms Suphin Mechuchep, the managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle Thailand remarked: "Our growing portfolio of property under management reflects client confidence and continued satisfaction in our superior service delivery which encompasses not only property maintenance, cleaning and safety but also a strategy that helps owners and investors increase their real estate asset value."

Jones Lang LaSalle will play a key contributing role in leading a series of highly interactive industry discussions and exchange on technology

These are indeed the issues that will be shared by Jones Lang LaSalle during the 3rd annual edition of Building Maintenance and Asset Management Expo Asia 2010 - the international exhibition and conference on building maintenance and asset management industry - which will take place at IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre, Bangkok from 15-17 September 2010.

As the main conference sponsor, Jones Lang LaSalle will play a key contributing role in leading a series of highly interactive industry discussions and exchange on trends, issues, technology and methodology that will be attended by key engineering decision makers, maintenance professionals, building and facility owners from across Asia.

Joining over 300 exhibitors and co-exhibitors, Jones Lang LaSalle will also set up a special designed exhibition booth at the BMAM exhibition to celebrate its 20 years of expertise in Thailand and showcase its entire service platform to a highly targeted visitor audience of over 3,500 key decision makers.

AerisGuard HVAC protection system to be showcased at BMAM Expo Asia 2010

Global Integrated Solution Co Ltd will introduce its Australian AerisGuard HVAC Protection System at BMAM Expo Asia 2010. AerisGuard is the first comprehensive programme to protect commercial building HVAC assets against mould, bacterial and fungal contamination.

As over 80% to 90% of all commercial building air is re-circulated, air-conditioning in commercial buildings is a main distributor of biological contamination. This contamination affects the indoor air quality and results in staff health issues. The contaminants when attached to HVAC heat exchanges also decrease operational efficiency and airflow.

According to Global Integrated Solution Co Ltd, the Thai distributor for this system, AerisGuard will significantly improve the air quality of buildings by cleaning and removing all contamination from HVAC components and provide residual protection from further contamination for 12 months. The system is designed to improve the overall performance of commercial building HVAC assets such as increased energy efficiency, improved indoor air quality, prolonged life of mechanical equipment, increased airflow and increased productivity.


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