Now available: RICS content

Featuring articles from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) magazine Modus, as well as industry insights, case studies and research reports, our new RICS-contributed content has been specifically selected to address FM strategy and practices worldwide.

Click on the titles below to link directly to each resource:
RICS Professional Guidance - Global: Strategic FM, 1st edition
RICS Professional Guidance - Global: Security, 2nd edition
Raising the Bar: City Roundtables Report
Public Sector Assessment Management: Roundtable Report
Office Environments and Productivity in the Middle East
RICS Strategic FM Case Studies Series 1
RICS Strategic FM Case Studies Series 2
RICS Strategic FM Case Studies Series 3
RICS Strategic FM Case Studies Series 4
RICS Modus: Personal Profile on Maureen Ehrenberg
RICS Modus: Personal Profile on John Ringness
RICS Modus: Facilities Management - Centre Stage
RICS Modus: Putting the Built Environments Climate Commitments into Practice
RICS Modus: Facilites Management - Crowd Control
RICS Modus: Casefile - A Course Fit for King's
RICS Modus: Casefile - Clearing All the Hurdles

About the IFMA-RICS collaboration
The IFMA-RICS collaboration represents the most significant evolution in the history of facility management, providing an unprecedented level of industry support to meet the growing demands of the 25 million FM practitioners around the world.

The two organizations are aligning standards and professional development for the industry, uniting the global FM community to increase consistency and unification of strategy across the life cycle of the built environment. The collaboration offers a single suite of professional qualifications in facility management, providing global recognition for FMs of all educational backgrounds, skills, work experiences and career goals. These efforts serve to raise the profile of FM, giving a greater voice and increased status to the profession to shape the future of the built environment and enable business success. To learn more about the IFMA-RICS collaboration, visit