Spaces that have significant impact on patient satisfaction include waiting rooms, exam rooms, and infusion therapy spaces.
How does a facility manager find local networking opportunities in areas underserved by a national organizations?
In Cleveland and Philadelphia, the convention facilities have DAS technology in place to facilitate wireless communication.
In the early days of the consumer Internet and Enterprise IT markets, education played a critical role in helping activate these industries. How might students learn from smart city development?
In this fourth installment in a six-part series, the impact of municipal digital infrastructure on economic development is discussed.
Not just a passing trend, eco-friendly cleaning has become a vital aspect of a facility’s care. Here are eight essential Q&As for choosing a green cleaning provider.
The “smart city” has been a topic of discussion for more than a decade, with technology put into practice in locales throughout the world to varying extents. With Internet of Things (IoT) technology making advances of late, we’ll see more strides during 2016 and beyond.
This second article in a series discusses a new kind of urban infrastructure, purpose built for the digital age.
Facility executives and their service providers can address this health threat with diligent inspection of buildings and grounds.
One of the biggest challenges facing colleges and universities is how to get students engaged in the campus recycling program.
In Columbia, MO, campus planning officials wanted an attractive, durable exterior that would mitigate rain, snow, and other environmental conditions.
It is important for facility managers to ensure their contractors are educated on the organization's on-site policies and safety procedures.