Recycling the volume and variety of materials used in facilities requires planning and communication.
Whether planning a full overhaul or a small scale project, facility managers may find this technology makes sense. From the August 2013 issue.
Effective upkeep depends on proper methods for the facility space in question. A cleaning regimen that addresses the characteristics and location of these surfaces is most effective.
Facility managers can protect people, property, and their budgets with a systematic approach.
When specifying this facility system, managers can leverage existing infrastructure.
Access to real-time and historical information on usage leads to more efficient operations. Also featured is a look into the lighting controls retrofit at the Empire State Building. Find out how intelligent energy management tools can help facility managers track power usage and gather actionable data.
The convergence of lighting, networking, and sensors can deliver a broad building management solution. Outfitting the building's lighting system to interact with others—such as HVAC and security—streamlines performance and energy use.
Developing effective facility warning and notification strategies in the post-9/11 era.