A sustainable groundskeeping management plan includes operations and maintenance, soil conditions, water requirements, wildlife, and climate.
Healthcare facility managers can enhance patient experience and engagement by incorporating digital signage solutions.
Innovative funding solutions and partnerships have a major role in helping local governments create greener cities.
When electric vehicle (EV) adoption becomes more common, existing electrical systems will be under greater pressure.
Reaching net zero is a collaborative journey for facility managers.
Found in 50% of all large buildings, Legionella, which causes Legionnaires’ disease, is still the largest threat in America’s water systems.
Being financially responsible for a facility project from beginning to end requires not only skill, but education and training.
Understanding the types of pests that linger within commercial buildings is the first step to eradicate bugs for a pest-free summer.
Today, facility managers can do nearly everything operationally through mobile devices.
See how the town of Gilbert, AZ established and carried out its Long Range Infrastructure Plan.
There are seven factors to consider when looking for an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system for your facility.
Routine inspection, testing, and maintenance (ITM) is a critical part of a facility manager’s role when dealing with extreme weather.
Whether you're planning a renovation, retrofit, or new construction, there are many considerations when choosing materials for a fire sprinkler system.
Pavement for parking lots and structures must withstand the loads it will encounter to prevent premature failure.
A senior living expert shares how these facilities are being designed in 2023.
Sodium-ion batteries are emerging as a reliable, sustainable solution for data centers.
Natural light helps support wellness, boosts productivity, and can be used to save energy.
How offering free period products can support a healthy and equitable workplace experience.
Corporate Real Estate (CRE) and Integrated Facility Management (IFM) teams must be creative and agile to combat current headwinds.
Facility executives can reference these common ADA questions to ensure their buildings are compliant.