Recent Issues Archives
Safety has always been an important aspect of facility management, and concerns about occupant well-being are prevalent in facilities of all types and sizes. In this issue, read about workplace hostility, chemical safety changes, and healthy workspaces.
In addition to the government case study in this issue, the articles about HVAC maintenance, technology tools, groundskeeping, lighting, and security draw on the theme of using the knowledge of vendors who act as partners to advance the goals of facilities.
School shootings, violence, and other threats are examined in this issue, which focuses on security and safety.
TFM’s Facility Executive of the Year and Readers’ Choice Award winners are announced in this issue. Coverage of roofing, HVAC, and resilient floor care are also featured.
The natural disasters occurring across North America in recent years have no doubt impacted many facility managers, and the northeastern U.S. has joined those ranks learning to recover.
The route to a greener facility depends on many factors specific to the situation. But the goal of reducing negative impact on the environment is common to all who set out on the path.
As fall approaches, many facility managers are making adjustments to their operations. Impending weather changes call for a review of facility conditions, shifts in maintenance schedules, and, perhaps, the departure of a seasonal employee.
The publication of this issue of Today’s Facility Manager signifies a new era. Readers will welcome the return of “Tricks Of The Trade” under the auspices of the magazine’s new facility management guru, Kevin Folsom, while Editor Heidi Schwartz steps aside to take over as Internet Director for Group C Media.
Power integrity, one proactive facet essential to most disaster mitigation approaches, is examined in this issue that emphasizes energy and new technology.
Find out how technology can assist project management and building automation in this issue.