IPMS for Industrial Buildings: Public consultation
This consultation has now closed. Please check back here for further details on the publication of this standard.
Developed by a coalition of more than 80 professional organisations from around the world, IPMS for Industrial Buildings aims to establish, for the first time, a consistent and transparent method for measuring property.
Download the consultation documents:
- IPMS Industrial Buildings Consultation Document (PDF)
- IPMS Industrial Buildings Consultation Document Response Form (Word)
Who should respond to the IPMS: Industrial Buildings consultation?
Commercial firms: All firms providing services in land, property, construction, infrastructure and related professions.
Practitioners: Individuals who are members of coalition organisations. This will include but is not limited to: architects, civil engineers, structural engineers, quantity surveyors / cost consultants, commercial and residential, project managers, building surveyors, facilities managers, planning and development specialists, property managers, real estate investment specialists.
Clients and consumers: Any recipients of advice or services from commercial firms, individual practitioners in the sectors outlined, home owners and leaseholders.
Public sector: Including government departments, self- and statutory regulators, quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisations.
Not-for-profit associations and education: Other membership, trade or professional bodies operating across land, real estate, construction and infrastructure, academic bodies, consumer organisations.
Chairman of the Trustees
Vice Chair of the Trustees