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Currently, the United States loses $80 billion per year due to power outages and interruptions, and the losses are accelerating. Utility demand continues to amplify. So how reliable are power sources?
For an updated conference room, it is necessary to integrate new technologies with supporting furniture.
Contributor Mary Claire Frazier discusses an an intelligent approach to lamp maintenance, disposal, and performance.
Working with information technologists to integrate physical and electronic security measures can help protect a facility.
In the U.S., buildings are responsible for almost two-thirds of national electricity consumption and more than one-third of total primary energy use.
This past April, the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), headquartered in Washington, DC, dedicated its state of the art green roof.
Introduced to the U.S. market from Canada in 2004, this building rating system may be a good fit for some sustainable projects.
Access control in a stand-alone mode is not necessarily good security.
Fire code violations can be expensive and threaten the safety of everyone in the facility. Prepare for a visit from the fire marshal.
Harmful VOCs may be endangering the health of building occupants. Find out the latest VOC that has experts concerned and the best ways to lessen its impact.