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To listen and provide individualised attention to help customers meet their needs.
Justice, and fairness in all dealings with other people but never wavering or compromising what is right. 
Performing the promised service dependably, accurately and consistently. A quality service right, first time every time.
The fortitude to adapt and to keep going when things are against you.
To be easily approachable and attempting to see the world from the perspective of another.
Having veracity and truth in everything we say and do.

Andrew Mason is the WorkplaceFundi that puts productivity in place.

Ever since I was a boy I have had an undying passion for buildings. At 16, I was already working on building sites during the school holidays.

I originally wanted to be an Architect but realised that I was more interested in the way buildings worked, how they were used and how they serve the people and organisations that occupy and use them. So I followed my passion with BSc degree in Building Surveying, before gaining my Royal Charter from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) in 1986.

In 1991 and in the middle of the worst property recession in the UK since World War 2, I, along with two partners established TMD Building Consultancy a multi-award winning building surveying and project management consultancy. TMD is still going strong and celebrated its 30th birthday in 2021. 

I have worked on historical and National Trust monuments, some dating back over 600 years. I have repurposed buildings at the end of their useful life as well as  constructing new state of the art facilities. I have worked on palaces, castles, hotels, casino’s, factories, offices, data centres, schools, churches, stadia, hospitals, hotels, theatres and even a zoo!

I have experience in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Mozambique, Botswana, Lesotho and Zimbabwe as well as further afield in  Malaysia, Jordan, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. 

I have contributed to global workplace reports and publications had and continue to have articles published in industry journals. I have delivered presentations and keynotes on Workplace and FM at the Euro FM conference in Madrid and Holland, FMCE conference in Kenya and Botswana, RICS Africa Summit, SAFMA Conventions and the FM Expo in South Africa.

I am Married to Lynn and the proud co-founder of 3 Child Start-ups in 3 years; Tyler, Jessica, and Callum.
  • Board Member of CoreNet Global in South Africa
  • Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS)
  • Globally Certified at the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (CIWFM)
  • Immediate past Chairman of the South African Facilities Management Association (SAFMA)
  • Current South African Ambassador for Euro FM
  • ISO Technical Committee 267 member for the global ISO 41000 FM standards
Andrew Mason

WorkplaceFundi crafts Facilities & Workplace Strategies that deliver multiple layers of value across the entire portfolio.

We engage with the Executive team, the Workplace team, Staff and all relevant Stakeholders to appraise the organisational approach to Workplace.  The framework of this analysis is a proprietary system developed by Workplacefundi using a variety of tools. One such tool is based on the 6 ‘E’s from workplace strategist Neil Usher.These elements are the principles upon which all workplaces are built.
Whilst these six elements are presented as separate and distinct, in reality, they rely on, and influence each other, both positively and negatively.There are many factors that influence the engagement and productivity of employees, from the management and team structure around them to their daily commute and the type of work they do. Organisations are starting to recognise that the physical working environment and the way employees experience this environment are also significant contributing factors.
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