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The company marked the completion of the steelwork phase of an expansion of its world headquarters facility last Friday.
LED lighting, with its promise of high levels of energy efficiency and long operating life, is being used in certain applications in many facilities. However, the technology is not mainstream in today’s facilities.
Who is the most annoying person in your office? Or is you (heaven forbid)?
The new headquarters for Mayr-Melnhof, an Austrian wood processing company, appears to float in the Styrian landscape.
Some of these explosions/implosions are spectacular illustrations of how facility managers feel when frustrated by their buildings.
A family in Festus, MO facing foreclosure on its cave home recently found a way to keep it. In February, Curt and Deborah Sleeper had plans to auction their 17,000-square-foot home (built inside a former limestone and sandstone cave) on eBay with an opening bid of $300,000. But, early this month, the founder/owner of Logical Source, Inc., a New Jersey-based document management company, made the couple an offer that will allow them to stay in their cave.
Typically, facility managers appreciate the classic Murphy’s Laws (which go back as far as 1841, according to Wikipedia, but were formalized in 1877 at a meeting of an engineering society). This week, we have Peter SJF Bance to thank (again) for these lesser known laws from Murphy.
These double duty, rolled PVC mats are designed to address safety and hygienic concerns.
The expanded facility opened on March 1, 2009, six weeks ahead of schedule.
The battery operated alarm helps stop the theft and vandalism of fire extinguishers.