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The structural anomaly was the brainchild of a con man determined to scam inexperienced investors who had money to burn as a result of their oil profits.
The agency has issued a 2014 inspection plan to reduce injuries and illnesses at high-hazard workplaces.
The ACG board has created the EMA as a stand-alone association to administer the EMP program and other energy related programs.
Panel of roofing experts questions methodology, sample size of 22 roofs.
Pink noise is becoming more popular in business settings, potentially increasing productivity and concentration among employees. But is it superior to white noise?
Back in August 2008, I posted a collection of engineering jokes which is still one of FacilityBlog’s most popular posts to date. Here are some more funny stories and jokes about engineers, planners, project managers, and the rest of the people involved in that world.
The Obama administration’s economic recovery package includes commitments to work towards a sustainable, energy efficient future. With the world’s servers currently consuming some 408 MWh of electricity, the effort is certainly needed.
Strong demand amid dwindling supply in London’s West End pushes rents up by 5%; London confirms its position as the world’s most expensive office market for the second consecutive year. Hong Kong ranks second after losing top spot to London last year for the first time since 2008; global office rents increase by 3% overall.
Building automation systems are extremely useful strategic tools, but one facility management professional needs input on their power saving capabilities.
More than 1,500 schools mark the third annual K-12 Recycle-Bowl® competition; 6.4 million pounds of recyclables recovered.