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Sustainability | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings
UMass Amherst Plans Large-Scale Solar Power Project
The campus-wide solar installations are expected to generate $6.2 million in cost savings for the university over the next 20 years.
From cleanliness and accessibility to heavy wear, wayfinding, and promoting a healing environment, hospitals face a unique, stringent set of challenges. Flooring is no exception.
This free webinar takes a look at some common non-residential standards and labels in the roofing industry. Continuing education credits are available.
The U.S. Department of Energy recently tested HTHV technology—High Temperature Heating & Ventilation—compared to traditional unit heaters.
The new, advanced DuraTech® is made with a fluorine-free topical soil resistance formula that meets the Antron® brand’s certification testing process.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) explored a way to help minimize construction disruption during facility renovations.
In assessing sustainability goals for 2017, an overview of five green building programs provides recent updates.
Due to its visionary design, unequaled size, and central location, this cultural landmark has played a significant role in the success of Canada's most innovative business leaders.
Reducing consumption and improving quality of this natural resource calls for a holistic, if measured, approach.
Still evolving, the green cleaning approach to facility maintenance has been part of the discourse for more than 20 years.
Our annual "green" issue looks at sustainability trends including green cleaning, water conservation, LEED, green building programs, and energy storage. Plus, security, space planning strategies, HVAC and more.
The new cost-effective machine room-less traction elevator is optimized for 2-3 story buildings in the U.S.
U.S. Green Building Council honors western hemisphere’s tallest building for construction, design, and operations standards.
The Well Living Lab leverages and expands upon the principles of the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL), which focuses on seven concepts relevant to indoor health—air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.
Renovate America honors the team’s significant investments to improve water and energy efficiency at PETCO Park as part of its Go Green Initiative.
The oysters are being installed in New York City’s Jamaica Bay to help improve water quality, protect wetlands, and provide a home for fellow sea dwellers.
Breakthrough technology yields 20 percent better economics than conventional fixed-tilt installations.
These 2nd annual awards recognize "Building Optimizers, Leaders, and Disruptors" who use technology to further green building efforts.
Combined insights and technologies will help build smart, secure, sustainable environments.
The sustainability-focused facility uses biophilic design, a cutting-edge approach to design that connects people in buildings with nature and the well-being it provides.
The relationship will broaden the reach of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems by offering a wider product line to serve facilities of all sizes.
The Sunverge system at Hartley Nature Center will provide reliable backup electric power to meet operational needs during emergencies.
If you’re the facility manager at a stadium or arena, a new survey is seeking your input on your sports venue's energy and water performance.
The ENERGY STAR® certified Retrofit Kit from Terralux upgrades vertically mounted CFL or HID to energy efficient LED.
IFMA has released its latest guide in the widely acclaimed series on sustainability for facility managers, “Sustainability How-To Guide: Carbon Footprint.”
Five industry members will be recognized for their use of technology to improve efficiency, sustainability, and comfort standards in the built environment.
Summit International Flooring will bring Tuntex Carpet’s dedication to sustainability and green products, along with a plethora of designs, to the U.S. market.
Members of the real estate industry will be recognized for their use of technology to improve efficiency, sustainability, and comfort standards for their organizations.
The expansion uses 44% less energy and 45% less water than a typical food processing facility, while at the same time doubling Sabra's production capacity.
Green roofing from Columbia Green Technologies is part of Amazon's new downtown Seattle headquarters’ sustainable design.