May 2012 Issue (Volume 25, Number 5)
Today’s Facility Manager: May 2012
The Facility Technologist: Cloud Era Buildings | What opportunities will cloud computing present to facility management operations?
Professional Development: Construction Defect Litigation And Economic Damages | When errors in a building project lead to a legal dispute, facility managers can provide useful information for their organizations’ cases.
Services & Maintenance: Making Ceilings Count | There are six criteria to consider when evaluating this interior element.
Furniture Trends: The Green Scene | Furnishings are an essential aspect of facility wide sustainable design decisions.
FM Issue: Sounds Great | Guiding occupants to the nearest emergency exit can be improved through directional sound technology.
Hospital Case Study: Comfort Level | The Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, FL soothes patients and their families in its new freestanding facility.
Renewable Energy: The Power Of Reclaimed Cooking Oil | Making biodiesel for vehicles has been a focus for this material, but facility boilers are also receptive to this fuel source.
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