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A facility’s lobby is one of the most critical areas to design properly from a security standpoint.
Establishing an ongoing maintenance program to detect and address leaks in facilities is an important part of water management.
Professionals in the cleaning industry are taking a closer look at “engineered water,” regular tap water that has been transformed into an effective cleaning solution.
Specific facility factors are important, and pilot programs can help evaluate green cleaning options.
On a global level, restroom hygiene is a major point of concern when promoting public and personal health—especially in high traffic areas where customers and employees are closely interacting.
In this New Orleans hospitality case study, a hotel renovation blends 21st century amenities with historic preservation.
Due to continuing advances in power electronics, the flywheel is now a mature energy storage technology used in UPS applications to support a critical load during main power interruption.
Five electrical design principles help to integrate and optimize systems in demanding facilities.
Managers at a restored lighthouse in MIchigan found success using sonics to prevent seagulls from landing on its decks.
At Broward College in South Florida, dispersed capabilities were brought into a centralized system.