The Smart Buildings Show discussed the challenges and opportunities of retrofitting. Retrofits have the potential to enhance building capabilities, but face barriers like confusion over the term and resistance to digital transformation. Collaboration among industry bodies and sharing of case studies could help define strategies, while repurposing existing technology can reduce costs and boost sustainability.
Smart buildings expert Dr Matthew Marson of Arcadis will be named as one of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s five Young Engineers of the Year next week. He will receive the award at the Academy Awards Dinner in London on Tuesday 12 July 2022. Matthew Marson is Global Market Sector Director at Arcadis. In his career to date, he has […]
Article about upcoming participation in ISE 2022.
An article about the BBC World Service broadcast that Marson featured in. https://www.westminster.ac.uk/news/matthew-marson-for-bbc-world-service-on-how-smart-technology-can-tackle-climate-change
Article about main themes from a webinar discussing the future of the office. https://emag.archiexpo.com/smart-office-a-post-pandemic-evolution-for-workspaces/
Making 22 Bishopsgate a Smart Building 27 April 2020 Building Magazine https://www.building.co.uk/buildings/specifier-making-22-bishopsgate-a-smart-building/5104996.article
18th February 2020 https://universitybusiness.co.uk/Article/sensing-change-human-sensor-movement/ How can human sensor movement technology influence the design of university spaces? Keri Beckingham speaks to the experts to find out In today’s world where efficiency and sustainability are key considerations, the design of new buildings often focuses on the people who will use them, through an approach known as human-centred design. […]
WSP: Rethink Retrofit 13 February 2020 http://cdn.wsp-pb.com/2556pw/wsp-rethink_retrofit-2020.pdf
Building Magazine 10 January 2020 https://www.building.co.uk/podcasts/building-podcast-behind-the-hype-smart-technologies/5103391.article
Matthew’s article, It’s Time for Landlords to Get Smart was featured in CIO Applications.