Smart Buildings Roundtable
Leveraging the gold mines of data locked up in your buildings

Date September 25, 2019
Location Faraday Centre
Time 8:30 - 10:00 AM

This event is at capacity.

We hope you will join us for a future event.

Your buildings have data locked up in silos in different software platforms - which means your operations could be wasting resources at an ongoing rate of 20%
Harnessing these disparate data sets in an intelligent, dynamic and real-time connected environment offers the opportunity to: 

  • reduce operating costs
  • minimise carbon emissions
  • enhance air quality and staff well-being
  • make sustainable investment decisions
Make your building smart and your business smarter. Discover how a smart building can deliver value for your business.

Join smart buildings expert, Aneysha Minocha of Quantenergy, at the CREW UK breakfast round-table event to find out how you can unlock value from these goldmines and navigate the complex landscape of smart buildings.

This is an exclusive, complimentary event, open to the first 10 CREW UK member registrants and their guests.



  • 8:30 am breakfast, networking
  • 9:00 am presentation and roundtable discussion
  • 10:00 am wrap up


Aneysha Minocha
Aneysha founded Quantenergy to deliver a quantum leap in how commercial properties are managed and run, to drive the highest level of productivity and savings using quantitative data. Quantenergy is a specialist Smart Buildings consultancy, that is a convergence of 20 years of experience in energy efficiency, built environment & technology. We deliver the strategic digital transition to low carbon properties using technical expertise, data analytics and the internet of things. Sectors include Financial Services, Telecoms, Retail, Manufacturing, Central and Local Government. Our experience includes working with large property portfolios within the facilities management, M&E engineering, environmental management and built environment technology ecosystems in the UK and with European, north American and Asian partners.


Faraday Centre, 2nd Floor, Institute of Engineering & Technology
2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL
Nearest tube stations – Embankment, Temple and Waterloo