Despite lax efforts in some corners, ASIS International has set an ambitious agenda in security standards and guidelines development.
It may be years away, but smart grid technology should be on the horizon for facility managers now.
The next wave of building automation systems may help simplify operations while saving energy.
As space planning demands evolve, facility managers will find it useful to have a versatile environment.
Guest Contributor Katherine McGuinness offers this advice for facility professionals who may struggle when it comes to deciding which standard to use.
TFM Editor/Co-Publisher Heidi Schwartz takes a look at how economic stimulus spending may support “shovel-ready” infrastructure improvements that include roofing repairs.
Contributor Chad Safran reveals why ground source heat pumps may prove to be the next wave in HVAC systems.
It was another year in which innovation and new ideas helped the facility management profession move into the future. This recap takes a look at what trends made an impact.
Digital Antenna Systems (DAS) are helping facility managers improve cellular signals and wireless connectivity in their buildings.
Third party certification is helping facility managers decide what products meet environmental standards in order to avoid greenwashing.