Facility Executive | October 2019 Issue

The October 2019 Issue looks at sustainability for buildings and grounds. Plus sensor technology, keeping facility grounds safe, and lighting retrofits.

October 2019 IssueFacility Executive: October 2019 Issue

Volume 32, Number 5

Tech And FM: Making Sense Of Sensors | Data provided by sensors helps to maximize facility space assets.

The HVAC Factor: Natural Gas Challenges In Northeast U.S. | Interest in co-generation systems for buildings presents opportunity, followed by infrastructure obstacles.

Keeping Facility Grounds Safe And Sound | From tree care to snow removal, ensure safe and accessible sites throughout the year.

Pursuing Zero Net Energy Buildings | Whether for new builds or renovation, here are five key aspects.

Greening The Building Envelope | The road to a more sustainable future for building materials and products is multi-faceted.

The Cycle Of A Circular Economy | From manufacture to end-user and back again, the circular concept for office furniture and more is gaining momentum.

The WELL Building Standard And Green Cleaning | Focused on human health and wellness in the built environment, WELL concepts support sustainable cleaning programs.

Water Systems And Legionella | Incidence of Legionnaires’ Disease in buildings could be reduced by improved practices and structured policies.

LEED Case Study: A Place Of Honor Sustained | Soldiers Memorial Military Museum in St. Louis, MO earned LEED Gold certification, preserving its past while securing the future.

Six Tips For A Successful Lighting Retrofit | Designing to code and considering future needs help to minimize obstacles and maximize investment.

Technology For Workspace Planning | Software platforms help employees control and improve their work environments.

Renewable Energy: Green Campus Revitalization | Sustainability plans for Ford Motor Company’s Dearborn, MI campus include net zero goals for energy, water, and waste.

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