March 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 2)

Today's Facility Manager: March 2013


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School shootings, violence, and other threats are examined in this issue, which focuses on security and safety.

March 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 2)

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March 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 2)

Today’s Facility Manager: March 2013TFMMarch13_FINAL

Tricks Of The Trade: Hiring An Outside Facility Auditor And BYOD Policy Challenges

FM Frequency: Lost In Translation | When tasked with managing facilities in other nations, there is bound to be a learning curve.

Professional Development: Construction Disruption | BIM and cloud computing are among the game changing technologies used for project delivery.

Service & Maintenance: Funding Energy Projects | Even in a tough economy, there are incentives and rebates to be found.

Special Report: Comprehensive Exam | With security measures in K-12 schools under review, facility managers play an integral part.

Data Center Trends: Driving The Data Center | Preventive maintenance, operational baselines, and even weather patterns help managers deliver reliability and efficiency.

FM Issue: Safeguarding Fire Systems | Web-based assessment of equipment helps raise the bar on safety and compliance.

Renewable Energy: Shining Light On Solar Energy Choices | When pursuing this power source, evaluating equipment, life cycle, and financing issues are essential.

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