Today's Facility Manager: March 2013

School shootings, violence, and other threats are examined in this issue, which focuses on security and safety.


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School shootings, violence, and other threats are examined in this issue, which focuses on security and safety.
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June 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 5)

Today's Facility Manager: March 2013

Today’s Facility Manager: June 2013

Tricks Of The Trade: Quote Overload and Disaster Planning

Technology and FM: COBie Data Format | Applicable to the entire facility life cycle, this digital tool eases information transfer.

The HVAC Factor: Wireless Thermostat Conversion | To improve energy use, an office building in Oakland, CA underwent this equipment retrofit.

Professional Development: Equipment Leasing | Adding to facility inventory by renting can preserve cash flow in tough times.

Services & Maintenance: Extending Carpet Life | A consistent maintenance program geared to specific facility conditions keeps this floor surface vibrant.

Building Automation Trends: Building Automation Evolution | What began more than 20 years ago is undergoing another seismic shift.

FM Issue: Surplus Furniture | When tasked with disposing of unwanted inventory, donation is one solution. Also, facility managers can apply the value of outdated furnishings toward new.

Corporate Headquarters Case Study: Target Market | In Cambridge, MA, Forrester Research has moved into a headquarters site that provides the worldwide reach it requires.

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