Content related to ‘LEED’
Facility professionals with strong leadership skills are increasingly in demand at healthcare and higher education institutions.
An integrated project delivery approach to facility projects—during the construction phase—works to reduce life cycle costs.
A LEED Gold residence hall at North Carolina Central University Provides much needed housing, improves operations, and enhances student life, and more.
Any effort to increase sustainability is positive, unless it’s not. What defines sustainability for an organization depends on a variety of factors.
The relationship between the chemical content of building materials and occupant health is gaining renewed attention. This installment of “Renewable Energy” shifts its focus from alternative power to conversations about “chemicals of concern.”
There is a new sustainable roof assessment tool for the professional facility manager. This recently launched guideline focuses on roofing and its specific characteristics.
Constructed in the early 1970s to manufacture electronic entertainment equipment, today the Santa Claus facility produces wood and laminate office furniture solutions. The facility is ISO9001, ISO14001 and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Chain of Custody certified.
The University of Maryland University College created a hub of academic activity for its students and staff. This renovated building provides a new center of academic life.
The Vancouver Convention Centre uses innovative environmental solutions in its award winning expansion.
A new building at the Campbell Soup Company combines employee services and a new main entrance.