One facility manager with hard to reach lighting asks, “what lighting maintenance challenges have you encountered?”
At the University of Baltimore, a new facility features passive heating and cooling, and natural ventilation.
An alternative to lead-acid batteries, this type of energy storage system has been adopted by a Dallas, TX healthcare campus.
Facilities Management Expert Kevin Folsom explains how and why the OSHA reporting requirements changed.
Implementing third-party services is more successful when applied with change management principles.
At Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI, a vegetative roof is thriving after more than a decade in place.
The creation of smart energy infrastructure may borrow from principles from the architecture of the Internet.
Even the best laid sustainability initiatives can be foiled by unaware, unresponsive, or just plain unwilling occupants.
This type of program has a significant part to play in the increased adoption of solar and wind energy sources.
As with traditional operating rooms, HVAC systems are crucial to the success of these emerging healthcare spaces.