ATLANTA-In a move to improve efficiencies in their departmentsand companies, corporate real estate execs are collecting andanalyzing property data on many fronts. Environmental practices,however, are not actively benchmarked, and an industry standard isstill sorely lacking.

So say the results of a survey conducted by CoreNet Global andglobal real estate services firm DTZ. Michael Anderson, manager ofCoreNet Global’s Research & Knowledge Center, shared earlyresults with in an exclusive pre-release interview.

“This study confirmed what many of us already knew: You needproper benchmarks in place to justify reorganization,” Andersonsays. “With benchmarking, whether its facilities management orportfolio optimization, the longer and more efficiently youbenchmark, the greater the volume of data you have on which to basesound decisions.”

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