For any professionals interested in pursuing a degree in facilities management, these U.S. programs range from associate to master's degrees.
The solar array will supply up to 7% of Bucknell's electricity and will bring the university closer to its carbon neutrality goal.
The Royal Caribbean Group’s zero-energy cruise terminal is on track to earn LEED Gold and will be fully solar-powered.
As employees transition back to the office, companies need to ensure office facilities are in the best condition.
Taking place in the Music City, Work Workplace 2022 gave FMs ample opportunity for professional and operational development.
Elevator companies have become more proactive about offering product solutions that help mitigate passenger entrapment and equipment damage.
When updating lighting fixtures in facilities, a lighting configurator helps make the process easier for facility management professionals.
For 33 years, ASHRAE has awarded close to $4 million to over 450 students to support the future of the built environment.
The construction and renovation projects provide these schools with spacious libraries, an enhanced space for athletics, and more.
A new report shows that U.S. organizations have the lowest average desk usage in the world, for an average of 1.05 days a week.
Now declared a public health emergency, the cleaning industry aims to prevent Monkeypox from spreading through contaminated surfaces.
The multi-year project will introduce unique social spaces and amenities while upgrading player facilities.
The professional services firm aims to accelerate smart and sustainable building capabilities with technology from Envio Systems.
The report details the trends in access control that security and IT professionals are witnessing and foreseeing in the years to come.
Steel-to-steel structural thermal breaks provide requisite structural integrity, while reducing heat energy transfer by up to 75 percent.
Taking time to improve your office’s design can help motivate employees to perform to the best of their abilities.
Acquiring Tempered Networks allows Johnson Controls to secure buildings data from edge to cloud with zero trust based Airwall technology.
The newly released white paper highlights how using liquid emersion cooling helps to limit a data center's carbon footprint.
The organization outlined new initiatives that aim to reduce the built community’s negative impacts on the environment.
Its new integrated control and safety platform from Emerson will optimize the facility and supports reliable, clean power generation.