Must read for all facility professionals... | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Registration required, but well worth it. Superdome Had an Hour of Fuel Before Panic, By SEWELL CHAN, New York Times. Interesting follow up: Superdome laid waste by those it shelteredTour of city symbol reveals its ravages, by Jeff Duncan, staff writer, Times-Picayune


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Registration required, but well worth it. Superdome Had an Hour of Fuel Before Panic, By SEWELL CHAN, New York Times. Interesting follow up: Superdome laid waste by those it shelteredTour of city symbol reveals its ravages, by Jeff Duncan, staff writer, Times-Picayune
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Must read for all facility professionals…

Must read for all facility professionals... | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Registration required, but well worth it.

Superdome Had an Hour of Fuel Before Panic, By SEWELL CHAN, New York Times.

Interesting follow up:

Superdome laid waste by those it sheltered
Tour of city symbol reveals its ravages, by Jeff Duncan, staff writer, Times-Picayune

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