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Edifice Complex Podcast #024 – Matthew Marson Smart Buildings

Edifice Complex Podcast #024 – Matthew Marson Smart Buildings

Quality, Consequences and the Construction Industrial Complex (part 195).    

Our guest this episode is Matthew Marson talking about Smart Buildings. 

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In this episode, we discuss;

  • How the war for talent is on and the battle ground is the work space
  • Smart buildings are really about experiences and service 
  • How with trust, actions speak louder than words (Mark Zuckerberg take note!)

And much more…….

For more information on Matthew and his work

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewmarson/ 

Website: smart.wsp.com

Website: https://www.wsp.com/en-GB 

Website: http://www.matthewmarson.com 

Video: http://healthcare.wsp-pb.com/matthew-marson-what-if-we-can-design-a-truly-smart-hospital/ 

Twitter: @matthewmarson 

Book Mentioned: The People Vs Tech: “How the Internet Is Killing Democracy” (and How We Save It) by Jamie Bartlett  

Bio

Matthew is Head of Smart Buildings at WSP UK. He focuses on designing and delivering digital real estate transformation and human-centred Internet of Things (IoT) technologies within the built environment. Matthew trained as an Architect and is a Chartered Engineer.

Matthew was elected as a Fellow of the RSA in 2017 and named as the Institute of Mechanical Engineers Young Visionary 2016/2017 for his work in creating The World’s Most Connected Building. Matthew sits on the CIBSE’s Intelligent Buildings Group and is a keynote speaker at international industry events. He was a co-author in the Encyclopaedia of Sustainable Technologies.

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