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Intelligence, Independence and Innovation

Edifice is a specialist, award-winning consultancy offering clear and objective advice on the management of facilities and property. Our impressive client base includes The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), The London Stock Exchange Group, NHS Business Services Authority, Ladbrokes, LCH Clearnet, Colt, Oracle, Microsoft, O2, Cable & Wireless, United Business Media, Canada Life, Iron Mountain and a host of other household names. We've also worked successfully for many smaller organisations seeking operational and performance improvement.

Based in north London/Hertfordshire and with affiliate offices in Manchester, we provide complete coverage throughout the UK. We're also regularly active - and have a comprehensive Associate Network - throughout mainland Europe and can easily provide support across EMEA when a project demands such a solution.

Our team is made up of experienced, qualified consultants and their skills are bolstered by a network of specialist associate partners, all of whom are leaders in their respective fields. Together, we provide an unparalleled scope of services which are completely independent of any supply chain constraints or other conflicting interests.

Profile - Tony Angel, Managing Director (click here to download Tony's CV)

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One of the most highly regarded practitioners in his field, Tony has an extensive breadth of knowledge gained from client, supplier and consultancy roles spanning some 30 years in the industry. As the owner and managing director of Edifice, he is responsible for process, service and business development as well as for client & relationship management, quality management and compliance.

Tony has a Postgraduate Diploma in Facilities Management and was also one of the first in the UK to hold IFMA's globally-recognised CFM qualification. He is a former tutor (and prize-winner) at the College of Estate Management, a past British Institute of Facilities Management Council member as well as a director of IFMA UK, and has sat on both the International SIG Committee and Knowledge Committee within BIFM. He is regarded as one of the industry's drivers of innovation and improvement.