Today’s Facility Manager: April 2014
Tricks Of The Trade: Per Square Foot Costs For Renovations and Tracking Maintenance
The HVAC Factor: Keeping Cool, Safely | High volume, low speed fans can help protect workers in high temperature facilities.
Professional Development: Cooperative Purchasing | For organizations eligible to participate, this procurement approach saves time and money.
Services & Maintenance: Greener Groundskeeping | The Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) is rolling out an updated rating system.
Lighting Trends: Lighting Controls Update | Revisions to codes and standards impact lighting control systems while continued developments in LED lighting serve facility management needs.
FM Issue: Cybersecurity Evolution | As facilities systems increasingly intersect with IT infrastructure, protection is paramount.
Manufacturing Case Study: Optimized Production | A manufacturer in Moorestown, NJ operates on solar power.
Renewable Energy: Combined Heat And Power | In response to an Executive Order, the National Archives stepped up its pursuit of energy efficiency.
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