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According to a recent Navigant Research report, increasing regulatory requirements are expected to raise the incidence of this practice.

Question Of The Week: Building Commissioning Strategies?

Question Of The Week: Building Commissioning Strategies?

According to a recent Navigant Research report, increasing regulatory requirements are expected to raise the incidence of this practice.

Question Of The Week: What Are The Pros And Cons Of Waterless Urinals And Eco-toilets?

Facility manager wants to know the pros and cons of using waterless urinals and eco-friendly toilets in a refurbishing project.

Question Of The Week: The 3 Bid Rule?

What methods do others use to maximize quality of bids?

Question Of The Week: How Are Fire Door Inspections Handled At Your Facility?

Facility manager wants to know if facilities are contracting out fire door inspections, doing them in house, or not even bothering to do them at all.

Question Of The Week: Where Is Your Wireless Technology?

Wireless technology has impacted virtually all aspects of facility management systems.

Question Of The Week: How Can I Use A Facilities Condition Assessment?

A facility manager is looking to discuss and share experiences with conducting a Facilities Condition Assessment of his organization's portfolio to drive strategic decision making, educate stakeholders, and set expectations.

Question Of The Week: Parking Garage Solutions?

Concerns around security, sustainability, ADA, and technology impact management decisions.

Question Of The Week: Are ESCOs A Blessing Or A Curse?

Are energy projects with an ESCO (energy service company or energy savings company) a blessing or a curse for end users?

Question Of The Week: Integrated Project Delivery Insights?

This project delivery method aims to maximize all stakeholder expertise and spurs performance-based design.

Question Of The Week: Multiple Office Locations Or Single But Bigger Office?

When the time comes for one facility manager to consider his space management options, he is not sure whether to go for several spaces in multiple buildings or a larger space in one building.

Question Of The Week: Paper Towel Shortfall?

TD Garden in Boston is being sued for a restroom slip and fall. What preventive measures are in your maintenance plans?

Question Of The Week: What Should New Facility Managers Do?

Can established facility managers offer guidance regarding details associated with taking on new facility management responsibilities?

Question Of The Week: Tech Tools For Master Planning

A facilities administrator seeks advice on tools for budget and maintenance plans.

Question Of The Week: Facilities Management Book Recommendations

One new facility management professional is looking for a good reading list from others in the industry.

Question Of The Week: Earthquake Ready?

In the U.S., the scope of seismic activity may be widening.

Question Of The Week: Public Address Standards

Is there an established requirement for relaying emergency messages within a corporate facility?

Question Of The Week: 3D Printing Applications

The impact of 3D printing on the facilities market remains to be seen, but there are developments on the horizon.

Question Of The Week: VFD Induced Shaft Voltage Feedback Wanted

When bearing degradation is attributed to VFD operation, what preventive maintenance options do facility managers have?

Question Of The Week: Storage Best Practices

A facility manager is looking for advice on finding a specific calculation best practice that can be used to estimate storage space requirements based on occupied space.

Question Of The Week: Move Management

Whether moving an office or an entire facility, the task has many moving parts. What resources and strategies are most effective?

Question Of The Week: Annual Testing And Maintenance Of Backflow Preventer

One facility management professional is looking for input on the testing requirements and frequency for backflow preventers used in conjunction with water glycol piping systems.

Question Of The Week: Top Energy Improvement

What is the most effective change made in the past 12 months?

Question Of The Week: Web Based CAD

Can facility managers operate a CAD/space management (on the web) program that is independent from an established, software-based computerized maintenance management system?

Question Of The Week: Health And Wellness Strategies

This aspect of sustainable facilities is moving to the forefront.

Question Of The Week: How Accurate Are Data Center Tier Ratings?

Even a well designed upper tier rated data center requires a spot on preventive maintenance (PM) program to maintain its rating. Yet, the PM part of the equation is often omitted.

Question Of The Week: Communication Methods

Whether monthly memos or informal meetings, what methods are most effective to reach staff members?

Question Of The Week: Facilities Headcount Increase

A facility manager is looking for tools that will help justify a headcount increase in his department.

Question Of The Week: Benefits Of BIM

What benefits have you gleaned from the use of BIM in your facility projects? What challenges have you faced?

Question Of The Week: Operating Empty Buildings

One professional asks what the standard minimum maintenance requirement is for operating a vacant building.

Question Of The Week: Rating Vendors With KPIs

Tracking vendor performance is essential to outstanding service. One facility professional inquires on how others are evaluating their outsourced providers.

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