July/August 2015

This issue takes a comprehensive look at a multitude of security issues and their solutions. Also featured: HVAC, hospitality case study, pest control, professional development.


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This issue takes a comprehensive look at a multitude of security issues and their solutions. Also featured: HVAC, hospitality case study, pest control, professional development.
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Facility Executive | July/August 2015 Issue

July/August 2015

Facility Executive: July/August 2015facility-executive-july-august-2015

Volume 28, Number 4

FM Frequency: Moving Targets| A 360 degree view of security vulnerabilities helps to mitigate potential threats to facilities.

Professional Development: Facility Executive As Polymath | As responsibilities evolve and expand, communication is but one skill that should be honed.

The HVAC Factor: Insulation For Chilled Water Piping | With hot, humid climates as the focus, several insulation types were field tested.

Facility Retrofit: Eradicating Bird Mess | Managers at a restored lighthouse in Michigan found success using sonics to prevent seagulls from landing on its decks.

Retail Maintenance | Data collection and other technology tools assist facilities departments in this sector.

Multi-Site Security | With safety paramount, additional aspects to consider include simplifying infrastructure and keeping costs in check.

Effective Exterior Surveillance | Cameras and lighting must work together to maximize success.

Powering Performance | Five electrical design principles help to integrate and optimize systems in demanding facilities. Plus, flywheel technology may be a fit for some backup systems.

Local Flavor Infusion | In New Orleans, a hotel renovation blends 21st century amenities with historic preservation. Plus, consider features of hand dryers in hospitality settings.

Streamlining The Facility Management Function | At Broward College in South Florida, dispersed capabilities were brought into a centralized system.

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