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In considering the future of the office, vertical planes—or walls—are one of the most under-used surfaces. Conceptual applications incorporate V.I.A.—or vertical intelligent architecture—as a way to create intelligent rooms.
Jeff Johnson, chief science officer at Schneider Electric, notes that quantifying the forces at play, both man-made and natural, is still a work in progress—as is accurately projecting future events.
For these efforts, the AT&T Energy Team—a team under the direction of the Senior Energy Director whose sole focus is energy management—was named an ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Champion in 2012.
There are thousands of different VOCs and they have two things in common—they contain carbon, and they evaporate quickly.
Rooting out potentially harmful chemicals from the products they specify is increasingly important to facility managers. TFM spoke with Roger McFadden, senior scientist for Staples, Inc. about this issue.
When disaster hits a facility, it can be devastating, but with intensive planning an organization can get back on its feet.
A resource for facility managers, the Green Guides from the Federal Trade Commission address marketing claims on “green” products and services.
In this Q&A with Joe Kujawski from Sherwin-Williams, TFM discussed tips on choosing the right coating for manufacturing facilities.
This article from Bradley Corporation discusses how reducing water consumption and paper towel use are among the ways to achieve greener restrooms.
Based on an imaging laser that collects thousands of survey shots per second, HDS technology quickly gathers facility survey data.