If there is a high rate of churn, occupancy information is constantly changing and has an unfortunate habit of being left unreported. Because churn isn't likely to decrease in these type environments, keeping track of space is a big problem.
Guest Contributor Maria Vickers takes a hard look at a management approach with mixed reviews.
A no nonsense leader gets things done at a growing Houston hospital-in spite of obstacles and disasters.
Something as seemingly innocent as a snowy walkway that has not been cleared can result in serious injury or fatality. It is a little known fact in this country that slip and fall accidents—which cause 15% of all accidental deaths—are second only to motor vehicle accidents as a leading cause of accidental deaths.
Selecting green carpet is only part of the sustainable equation.
Crane thinks the best way to enjoy the festive season is to check troubled areas before heading out of town.
Think of all the places you'd go if you could take an adventure back in time!
Having an edge in the complex arena of educational facilities starts with a standards program.
The development of a beautiful landscape can add aesthetics and other values to the interior and exterior of any company.
Facility managers' are taking a greater stake in the construction and renovation processes by commissioning such projects. From the August 2003 issue.
Regular check ups aren't only good for people, they're good for buildings too, according to Jeff Crane.
The TFM Show at Construct America offers attendees even more than ever before.
Taking the satellite view with a customer service attitude can make a big difference.
This standard, used traditionally for the construction industry, is expanding to include facility management responsibilities. From the March 2003 issue.
Crane is victorious in battle, but do the spoils go to his contractors and vendors?
Following a protracted campaign to achieve Congressional passage of legislation on this critical initiative, the "Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002" was signed into law at the White House on November 26, 2002. From the February 2003 issue.
In its premier year, TFM's Facility Executive Of The Year Award is a distinct accolade. It recognizes the outstanding work done by a facility professional on a single project, making it the only award of its kind. One nominee was particularly outstanding, and that was the entry submitted on behalf of Kelly Olds.