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This service works to enable facility managers to optimize the performance of chiller plant equipment.
With a facility wide remodel, a Connecticut shopping mall ramps up its image along with its “green” quotient.
From the inside out, recent improvements at this New Hampshire hospital were focused on patient care.
A new science education and research center at Georgia State University fosters innovative collaboration.
This web exclusive looks at five common areas where preventive maintenance can make the difference between a smoothly running facility and a disaster.
Think it’s impossible to justify your own salary by scrimping and saving? FM Frequency Columnist Charles Carpenter suggests you think again.
TFM’s Facility Executive of the Year headlines this issue, which also looks at HVAC trends, emergency preparedness, high-tech facilities, and green cleaning.
While one of the largest credit card companies in the world continued to handle it’s millions of business transactions successfully, MasterCard’s personnel languished due to its numerous office spaces spread throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. From the February 2003 issue.
Is there HVAC alarm monitoring and collection software out there? The goal is not only to react to the alarms as they occur, but to report on the data collected.
Five of the top six winning projects of the 2011 ASHRAE Technology Awards are located in Canada; the lone U.S. facility is in Kansas City, MO. These ASHRAE awards recognize outstanding achievements by members who have successfully applied innovative building design. Winning projects are selected from entries earning regional awards. Following are summaries of the winning projects. Mountain Equipment Co-op Roland Charneux, P.Eng., ASHRAE Fellow, ASHRAE Certified Healthcare Facility Design Professional, Pageau Morel & Associates, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, received first place in the new commercial buildings category for the Mountain Equipment Co-op store, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. The building is owned by the Mountain Equipment Co-op.