28. Demand Logic

Company: Demand Logic

Website: https://www.demandlogic.co.uk/

CEO: Mike Darby


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About Demand Logic

Demand Logic is a software tool which provides actionable intelligence to property managers and building contractors. It is intended to deliver quantifiable benefits in a short space of time and to make the management of buildings easier. Think of it as a Fitbit for buildings.

For Property & Facility Managers, Demand Logic makes managing buildings easier, providing insights to deliver better quality spaces at a lower cost. The service uses live operational data to prioritise actions which fix faults, reduce energy and improve comfort. When Demand Logic is used as a collaboration tool in standard operating procedures then the property will run better and more profitably.

For Construction & Development Managers, Demand Logic is used in commissioning and environmental testing to quickly identify defects. The holistic analysis of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems highlights a range of common faults in major plants as well as small equipment, such as terminal units. Using data intelligence has been shown to quicken this phase of construction and to ensure a soft landing for the building operation.

Their partners have included Great Portland Estates, Grosvenor, Legal and General, Avison Young, Schroders, JLL, The Crown Estate and plenty more. Recently, partners at Brindleyplace identified inefficiencies with operational run times leading to a reduction in energy and cost per plant items across the entire estate. Within the first four months of using the service, they had made a 15% reduction in energy usage. Earlier this year, Demand Logic joined forces with GHS Limited at the Hanover Square development in central London to help them achieve their net-zero targets.

In addition, last year the company identified 71,000 metric tons of carbon saving in its portfolio. That’s the equivalent of 8,193 homes’ energy use for one year and 9,054,787,772 numbers of smartphones charged.