Web connected restroom dispensers keep facility staff updated on supply levels, reducing occupant complaints.
Extensive $95 million restoration and renovation revitalizes grandeur of former movie palace.
An effective security program requires communicating key parameters.
HUD partners with the Rockefeller Foundation to announce $1 billion competition.
The ACG board has created the EMA as a stand-alone association to administer the EMP program and other energy related programs.
The Cintas’ America’s Best Restroom® Contest not only promotes a business, it also recognizes the effort made by facilities management teams around the country to put their best restrooms to the test.
Columbia Lighting’s LLHP is one tough LED High Bay Product! Watch as our team gives a serious beating to the LLHP with bats, metal bars and other sports equipment while the product continues to remain illuminated. LLHP is a long-life high-efficiency LED high bay product that meets the most restrictive lighting power density codes and typically qualifies for EPAct tax deductions. The LLHP uses individual specialized optics for each LED designed to provide precise control of light from the point source to the work plane. Three distribution choices ensure that each LED operates optimally and distributes the light where it’s needed, whether for aisles or open areas. Learn more at http://www.columbialighting.com/products/llhp/
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