Content related to ‘Facility Management’

FM Alert: CABA Report Highlights Role of Controls In Zero Net Energy Buildings


Monitoring and control systems are at the nexus of buildings and successful zero net energy (ZNE) performance, according to a new study from the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA).

Question of the Week: What Are The Cleaning Benefits of Aqueous Ozone?


Studies indicate aqueous ozone cleaning systems can prove effective at eliminating colony-forming units (CFUs) of both E. coli and listeria from hard surfaces.

Webinar: Cleaner Facilities & Flu Protection


Every year during flu season, the virus causes 17 million missed days of work and 38 million missed days of school. Learn how to reduce the risk of spreading the flu virus, how clean air benefits facility occupants, and the return on investment of cleaner facilities.

FM Alert: Is Your Facility Ready For Winter Weather?


This guide will help you prepare your facilities’ facades, roofs, plazas, and parking garages for the intense storm systems predicted for this winter.

Did You Miss “The Impact Of Using Defendable Data To Assess & Budget For The Future” Webinar?


Using real facility examples, this video webinar outlines how to plan and execute a successful life cycle cost program, and the consequences of ignoring.

Greener Living, One Parking Lot At A Time 


A parking lot at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn campus in New York City is the site of a green infrastructure project that will reduce flooding, eliminate sewer outfalls to open waters, and keep nearby plants lush and green.

Did You Miss The “Smart Buildings, Internet of Things and What it all Means for Your Career” Webinar?


We are on the cusp of the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, which will not only change the way we interact with technology in the workplace but shape your career as a Facility Manager. View this webinar video to find out how.

FM Alert: “Facility Smart Grid Information Model” Reaches Key Milestone


A recent public review of the Facility Smart Grid Information Model (FSGIM), is bringing homes, offices, factories, and other buildings significantly closer to becoming full partners in supporting and managing the electric grid.