January 2012 Issue (Volume 25, Number 1)


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TFM's Facility Executive of the Year headlines this issue, which also looks at HVAC trends, emergency preparedness, high-tech facilities, and green cleaning.
January 2012 Issue (Volume 25, Number 1) was published on at and updated at .

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Today’s Facility Manager: January 2012facility management

The Facility Technologist: Tech For 2012 | Upgraded computerized capabilities in a facility pump up image and productivity.

Professional Development: Greenhouse Gas Audits | The EPA requires emissions reporting from a handful of industries right now, but facility managers should be prepared for that to change.

Services & Maintenance: Effective Green Cleaning | Informed choices on products and processes help to ensure successful, environmentally friendly maintenance.

TFM 2012 Facility Executive Of The Year | Having established a five year facility plan, Robert Wengel, vice president of facilities at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, is delivering results.

HVAC Trends: Down The Line | HVAC systems that operate efficiently depend on the actions of all facility stakeholders.

FM Issue: Severe Weather Watch | Whether it’s freezing temperatures or wild winds, the onset of extreme forces of nature requires facility managers to be prepared.

High-Tech Case Study: Tools For Learning | At Loma Linda University in Southern California, a recently completed high-tech medical instruction building takes teaching to the next level.

Renewable Energy: PACE Financing | Available for energy related improvements, Property Assessed Clean Financing (PACE) is emerging in select U.S. markets.

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