Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Asset Management articles below.
New study evaluates the cradle-to-grave sustainability of commonly used drinking water and sewer pipe materials over a 100-year service period.
This type of metal corrosion can cause serious failures, but understanding the factors and chemistry behind it goes a long way toward prevention.
Basic real estate and facilities management principles can provide healthcare facilities a point of certainty in uncertain times.
This technology enables facility management to define geographical boundaries to identify where people and assets are, and when they move in and out of bounds.
Tackling deferred maintenance, energy costs, and staff training are cornerstones of the facilities department in Manchester, NH.
The majority of U.S. businesses lease or finance equipment. A new infographic from the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association highlights why this method of equipment acquisition is so popular.
Asset management is bolstered by using innovative technologies such as drones to proactively inspect critical assets and ensure these are maintained effectively.
AAT leverages BLE beacons and the power of the Internet of Things to turn assets into sensors for physical inventory visibility.
This article from Robert J. Hall, President of Track Your Truck, addresses how technology tools may help improve fleet management.
Using real facility examples, this video webinar outlines how to plan and execute a successful life cycle cost program, and the consequences of ignoring.
In educational environments, asset tracking can be particularly challenging. One facility professional is seeking asset management advice.
Changes to lease accounting standards may affect companies that lease equipment and real estate as part of their day-to-day operations, including those in the construction industry. Because the topic is of such critical importance and it can seem complex to many, William G. Sutton has written this article.
I've used a few different programs in past lives but they were mostly geared towards educational facilities or they didn't include some of the vital modules I'm looking for in this particular application. I have found an option that seems pretty sharp and includes most of what I'm looking for, but I'd appreciate more feedback.
I have been tasked with implementing a solid, yet flexible and functional asset/inventory tracking system for all of the company assets.
TFM Columnist Jim Elledge pinpoints the size and scope of the asset management market in the U.S.
TFM Columnist Jim Elledge compares the various asset tagging options on the market.
With so much attention on speech giving and politics, Springer encourages facility professionals to spread the good word about the importance of what they do and how they do it.