February 2011 Issue (Volume 24, Number 2)

tfmfeb2011Today’s Facility Manager: February 2011

FM Frequency: OSHA Does NOT Necessarily Mean Oh Sh–! | Facility managers can get more than frazzled nerves out of a visit by this government agency.

Tricks Of The Trade: Building Information Modeling Under The MicroscopeTFM Columnist Jim Elledge takes an in depth look at BIM.

Professional Development: Why Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Still Matters | Simply disposing of these items in a landfill carries financial, environmental, and public relations risks. (Bonus article included.)

The HVAC Factor: Preventing Equipment Failure | Basing maintenance programs on system performance rather than a fixed schedule may increase productivity.

Services & Maintenance: Getting A Handle On Waste | With effective planning and follow through, facility managers can divert trash from landfills and meet increasing regulatory requirements.

2011 Readers’ Choice Awards | Resulting from TFM reader votes, more than 40 industry suppliers have been recognized as top product and service providers.

Roofing Trends: Roof And Energy | Several important initiatives will have an impact, particularly for the existing building sector.

FM Issue: Today’s Data Center | Power, HVAC, and access control are vital to a data center, and the fm has responsibility for all of these.

Government Case Study: All In One | In Blue Earth County, MN, a new Justice Center combined multiple governmental departments.

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