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The Skywalk, located on the Hualapai Indian Reservation northwest of Kingman, Arizona, was the brainchild of visionary developer, David Jin, who had wanted for decades to develop the West Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Students say classrooms are more important than dining halls and fitness facilities, despite trends in university spending.
A facility manager overseas is seeking suggestions on where to find movable display stands for television monitors and whiteboards.
New CareerBuilder survey reveals who is most likely to gain weight on the job.
Those who compromise their time off are particularly judgmental of co-workers’ habits.
This guest post comes from Elizabeth Dukes of iOffice, which provides integrated workplace management systems for more than 1,800 clients.
Three in four would insist upon change if they saw an obvious wasteful practice.
Planning for a relocation is a massive task with great potential for failure. How do facilities professionals minimize these problems?
Participating schools recycled or composted 89.1 million pounds of recyclables and organic materials, preventing the release of 126,597 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCO2E) into the atmosphere, which is equivalent to preventing annual emissions from 24,823 cars.