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With this tool, the path to increased efficiency can be made smoother by capturing utility incentives.
These guidelines should help facility professionals stay one step ahead of flu incidents.
Security expert Steve Layne admits that unpredictable events happen, but he explains there are ways to anticipate
Installing auxiliary roofing functions, such as support for energy producing equipment, requires forethought.
While used for all types of materials, co-processing is one option for items that require special treatment.
The relentless demands of technology have created workplace conditions that can literally be sweating for employees. Filled with monitors, servers, and other heat producing technology, these cluster computing environments—particularly in manned situations like trading floors, emergency command and control centers, broadcast studios, and industrial control terminals—must comply with design requirements and ASHRAE standards that govern both human comfort and equipment cooling.
Two experts from the Disaster Emergency Response Association (DERA) address the keys to maintaining effective emergency preparedness and continuity plans.
With CIMS-GB, facility managers can evaluate cleaning services for impact on environmental sustainability and occupant health.
From targeted repairs to substantial replacements, the condition of a facility’s “cover” can improve the bottom line.
Facility managers can implement a 10 factor, 10 point scale to allocate maintenance dollars.