Facility Executive: September / October 2016
Volume 29, Number 5
Tech And FM: Space Planning Strategies | Collecting the “right” data is paramount to effective decision-making, and “Standards as a Service” could be the next step.
Facility Retrofit: Sealing HVAC Ducts | To minimize construction disruption, the Los Angeles Unified School District piloted an alternative to total duct replacement.
Components Of Green Cleaning | Here’s a look at the evolution of this practice. Plus, what’s the difference between various terms describing on-site generation of cleaning solutions?
15 Steps To Centralize Facility Management | The City of Tallahassee, FL is in the process of bringing together 500 facilities across 160 sites.
Water Conservation, In And Around Facilities | There are myriad ways to reduce consumption of this resource. Plus, be aware of stormwater regulations to avoid enforcement.
Surpassing The Mark | In Marlborough, MA, pharmaceutical giant Boston Scientific pursued LEED Silver certification and discovered “Gold” in the process.
Can Security Technology Replace Guard Force? | Striking an effective balance of the latest tools and personnel can deliver cost savings, without sacrificing safety.
Toward High Performance Facilities | In assessing sustainability goals for 2017, this overview of five green building programs provides recent updates.
Space Heating In High Bay Facilities | The U.S. Department of Energy took a look at the efficiency performance of high temperature heating and ventilation technology.
Renewable Energy: On-Site Energy Storage | Advances in systems that support this approach hold promise for facilities to utilize this sustainability strategy.
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