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Temperature control was crucial for a research facility in North Carolina. From the October 2013 issue.
An international firm comprised of scientists, horticulturists, and designers is going back to its roots—literally—in its quest to create structures that are truly “one with nature.” #throwbackthursday #tbt
Billings and inquiries for work drop; hiring plans on hold.
This chemical free process may help facilities further green maintenance goals. From the October 2013 issue.
The brass construction valves aim to address common issues associated with flush valve designs—reliability, maintenance and repairs, and water conservation.
Can anyone recommend a good uniform company that would be able to assist with my maintenance and housekeeping staff?
According to the latest rumors from the tech world, Dell has a smell problem, and it’s having a tough time dealing with the negative press while the issue is being resolved.
This online training course helps companies train their employees to meet OSHA’s December 1 training requirement deadline regarding the Globally Harmonized System standard.
Tricks Columnist Kevin Folsom gives some suggestions to a facility manager who is dealing with sewage odors in several buildings. From the October 2013 issue.
The Summit brought together 1,200 attendees to discuss the advantages of investing in America and the importance of foreign direct investment as a source of job creation and economic growth.