Today's Facility Manager: April 2011

This issue takes an in depth look at lighting through the eyes of facility managers. It also examines the responsibilities associated with greening the work environment.


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This issue takes an in depth look at lighting through the eyes of facility managers. It also examines the responsibilities associated with greening the work environment.
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April 2011 Issue (Volume 24, Number 4)

Today's Facility Manager: April 2011

Today’s Facility Manager: April 2011

FM Frequency: Machines An Argument In Favor Of Human Cloning | Facility managers who often need to be in two places at once may find promise in the suggestions offered in this column.

The HVAC Factor: High Volume, Low Speed Fans | This equipment can be a useful strategy to reduce a facility’s heating and cooling load.

Services & Maintenance: Fire Safety Check | A building protection system is only as good as the sum of its parts.

SPECIAL FEATURE: Gaining Control Over Lighting–The Value Illumination Offers | A recent survey by TFM (in partnership with NEMA enLIGHTen America) provides insight into how facility managers view lighting upgrades.

Green Design Trends: Facility Managers As Keepers Of The Flame | To maximize performance of a building’s systems, it helps to make occupants aware of key aspects.

Law Firm Case Study: Purchase Power | In Princeton, NJ, a law firm takes hold of the opportunity to convey its identity at a new regional office.

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