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For this professional, adopting a proactive and clearheaded approach has saved many things—including lives.


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For this professional, adopting a proactive and clearheaded approach has saved many things—including lives.

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Latest: TFM Names David Lenart Facility Executive Of The Year - For this professional, adopting a proactive and clearheaded approach has saved many things—including lives.

TFM Names David Lenart Facility Executive Of The Year

For this professional, adopting a proactive and clearheaded approach has saved many things—including lives.

TFM Names Jim Driessen Facility Executive of the Year

This professional's career has developed right along with his employer's growth.

TFM Names Neal Angrisano Facility Executive of the Year

This natural born leader has just what it takes to advocate excellence, professionalism, and class.

TFM Names William Coleman Facility Executive Of The Year

The core values of facility management excellence are exemplified by a man who achieves a perfect balance.

Special Report: William McDonough

Everything and anything is possible for this man whose actions speak louder than words.

TFM Names Stu Carron Facility Executive Of The Year

Inspired by the challenge, this steady leader learns what he can from each milestone he achieves.

Special Report: Lee Evey: The Man And His Mission

As the Pentagon renovation manager, Lee Evey is not only the man responsible for overseeing the Phoenix Project—restoring the area damaged in last September's attacks–but he is also supervising the long-term renovation of one of the largest—and arguably the most famous–buildings in the United States.

Green Solutions: Tragedy Results In Success

One facility professional had to experience disaster in order to take monumental steps towards environmental progress.

Special Feature: Going Directly To The Source

Bolstered by the work of the EMerge Alliance, direct current (DC) is gaining momentum as a potential power distribution option that could help drive microgrid and net zero building initiatives.

Special Report: The Value Illumination Offers

This year's TFM/NEMA survey reflects facility managers' collective desires to find value when considering lighting upgrades.

2011 TFM Readers’ Choice Awards

Resulting from TFM reader votes, more than 40 industry suppliers have been recognized as top product and service providers.

Special Feature: Worst Case Scenario

Severe weather tests Gulf Coast facility managers trying to protect

Special Feature: The Next Wave

EnOcean technology pairs wireless building automation with an energy saving strategy.

Special Roofing Report: Taking Cover

Whether new or rehabbed, roofs providing durability and energy efficiency are the name of the game for facility managers.

Special Report: Seeing The Light

Results from a survey conducted by TFM and NEMA EnLIGHTen America reveal perspectives and plans on lighting system upgrades.

2010 TFM Readers’ Choice Awards

TFM readers have spoken, and the following companies have been recognized for the aesthetics, reliability, value, and customer service they have provided to facility management professionals.

From Where I Sit: The Trouble With Forecasting

Some workplace issues generate a lot of heat yet are merely trendy; while true driving forces get little notice.

2008 TFM Readers’ Choice Awards

Evaluated on aesthetics, reliability, value, and customer service, the following winners have made a positive impression on the facility management community.

From Where I Sit: What’s Up With Workplace Acoustics?

Springer investigates how many noise problems can be resolved by an easy "ABC" approach.

Sustainable By Design: Storm Windows May Address Single Pane Woes

When a full-scale replacement is not feasible, adding secondary glazing is an option.

Special Bonus: Two Decades Of Today’s Facility Manager Milestones

This timeline illustrates how the magazine has evolved during that period.

Special Feature: Reducing Life Cycle Costs

This "apples to apples" approach is gaining clout with facility professionals in charge of project management and product procurement.

Special Report: Energy Ran High As The Industry Met In Chicago

The 2008 TFM Show provided a plethora of information for facility management professionals.

Sustainable By Design: When Specifying Insulation, What Should You Know

While insulation is just one part of the building envelope package, knowing this performance characteristic can help in decision making.

Sustainable By Design: Record Year In 2007 For Energy Star Facilities

Among those joining the list was JCPenney, the first big box retailer to earn the designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Special Report: Do You Have A Security Blueprint?

Following a specific process can go a long way towards getting security measures in place.

Directions: Creating The Ideal Workforce

An educational outreach program transforms potential dropouts into successful, skilled graduates.

Special Report: Home Away From Home

Results from TFM's annual survey reveal a cash crop of new and renovation projects. From the September 2007 issue.

Sustainable By Design: Existing Buildings In Cities Focus Of New Program

The Clinton Climate Initiative Is working with locations around the world to increase energy efficiency.

Special Report: Expert Panel Addresses TOP Facility Challenges

How do the top names in the profession answer the question,

Sustainable By Design: LEED-EB Changes On The Horizon

The USGBC's rating system for existing buildings is getting a major overhaul.

Special Report: A Picture Paints A Thousand Words

The 10 year celebration at the TFM Show is a smash hit with everyone involved!

Sustainable By Design: Financial Aid Available For Renewable Energy

Budget restrictions shouldn't curtail consumption control projects.

TFM Show Tour Case Study: Seeing It Through

At this high-rise in Chicago, it has been hands-on management from the start.

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