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Proper cleaning and safe handling of ice machines help prevent illness, such as Norovirus and Legionnaires’ Disease.
Access control, in whatever its form, begins with locks. And this subject has its own nomenclature, which can be confusing.
Jim Baker, facilities management director for Armstrong World Industries, shares insight into the recent recertification of his company’s headquarters.
Communication with occupants, as well as those outside the building walls, is exponentially improved when social media tools are used effectively.
Facility managers in cold weather locales have prepared their buildings and grounds for the demands of the coming months.
This second half of this two-part article addresses site prep, procurement, and installation for prefabricated data centers.
In an apparent paradigm shift, increased and broader functionality is changing what defines an EMS.
In Maryland, the Harford County Humane Society needed a creative, cost-effective solution to improve energy efficiency while also meeting its specific operational needs.
As building automation systems continue to evolve, facility managers can use these systems’ capabilities to integrate lighting and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
Equipped with security features like access control, audit, and scheduling capability, electronic locks offer a new generation of protection and make it easier to secure and manage one or thousands of facilities.